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COMMONWEALTH of PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT of MINES and MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



Anthracite Coal Division 



1963 

Annual Report 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 



WILLIAM W.SCRANTON 

Governor 



H. B. CHARMBURY 

Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industries 



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COMMONWEALTH of PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT of MINES and MINERAL INDUSTRIES 




Anthracite Coal Division 

1963 

Annual Report 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

WILLIAM W. SCRANTON 

Governor 

H. B. CHARMBURY 

Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industries 




Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 

Department of Mines and 

Mineral Industries 

harrisburg 



H B Charmbury 

THE SECRETARY 



May 1, 1964 



Honorable William W. Scranton 
Governor of Pennsylvania 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Dear Governor: 

In compliance with the Act of April 14, 1903, I 

transmit herewith the Report of the Department of Mines and 

Mineral Industries for the year ending December 31, 1963, 

covering in detail the operations in the Anthracite Division 

of Pennsylvania. 

Respectfully submitted, 

c 



H. B. Charmbury 
Secretary of Mines 
and Mineral Industrie 



WILLIAM W. SCRANTON 
GOVERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIA 



William W. Scranton was elected Governor of Pennsylvania on November 
6, 1962, and inaugurated as Pennsylvania's 103rd Governor on January 15, 1963. 

Governor Scranton was born on July 19, 1917, in Madison, Connecticut. 
He was graduated from Yale University with the degree Bachelor of Arts in 1939 
and from the Yale Law School with the degree Bachelor of Laws in 1946. He was 
married to Miss Mary L. Chamberlin on July 6, 1942. Governor and Mrs. Scranton 
have four children: Susan, William W. , Joseph C. and Peter K. 

He is a veteran of the United States Air Force, serving in World War 
II as a pilot and operations officer, and left active duty with the rank of 
Captain. He is presently a Major in the Air Force Reserve. 

Governor Scranton served as Special Assistant to Secretary of State, 
Christian A. Herter, during the Eisenhour Administration. He administered the 
Secretary's private office, interpreted United States foreign policy for the 
press and represented the United States at conferences in Latin America, at 
the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and at the United Nations. 

In November, 1960, he was elected to the 87th Congress from Pennsyl- 
vania's 10th District, and served on the Banking and Currency Committee. 

He is or has been a Director, Boys Club of Scranton; Family Service 
of Lackawanna County; vice-president, President's Council University of 
Scranton (administered by Jesuit Fathers); trustee, Westminister Presbyterian 
Church; trustee, Keystone Junior College, LaPlume, Pa.; director and member of 
executive committee Scranton Chamber of Commerce; member-at-large, National 
Council of Boy Scouts; vice-president of board of directors, Geisinger Memorial 
Hospital and Foss Clinic, Danville, Pa.; special advisory committee and execu- 
tive committee United Community Chests and Councils of America; campaign chair- 
man 1957 Lackawanna United Fund. He has received the B'nai B'rith Americanism 
Award and the St. David's Society Distinguished Citizens Award. 

Among firms that Governor Scranton has served as member of board of 
directors (resigned all after election to Congress) are International Salt Com- 
pany, Lackawanna Railroad, International Correspondence Schools World Ltd. and 
International Textbook Company. 

Governor Scranton is a member of the American Legion, Veterans of 
Foreign Wars; Lackawanna Bar Association; Pennsylvania Bar Association; Reserve 
Officers Association of United States; Friends of Scouting, Forest Lakes Coun- 
cil, Boy Scouts of America; Lackawanna Historical Society; Everhart Museum 
Association; Pennsylvania Farmers Association; American Farm Bureau Federation; 
Scranton Advertising Club; Seniors International, Scranton Chapter No. 1; Lacka- 
wanna County Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs; National Rifle Association of 
America; Scranton Chamber of Commerce; Mid-Valley Old Timers Athletic Associa- 
tion and a variety of other civic groups and organizations. 

Governor Scranton is the son of the late Worthington Scranton, long 
active in Pennsylvania politics, and the late Marion Margery Scranton, Republi- 
can National Committeewoman from Pennsylvania from 1928 to 1951 and National 
Vice-chairman from 1940 to 1944. 



H. B. CHARMBURY, SECRETARY 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



H. Beecher Charmbury was appointed Secretary of Mines and Mineral 
Industries on January 30, 1963, by Governor William W. Scranton. 

He was born on September 21, 1914, in Hanover, Pennsylvania. He 
attended the Hanover Public Schools and in 1932 was graduated from Hanover 
High School. In 1936, he was graduated Cum Laude from Gettysburg College, 
with the degree Bachelor of Arts, in 1937 from the University of Pennsyl- 
vania, with the degree Master of Science, and in 1942 from the Pennsylvania 
State University with the degree Doctor of Philosophy. 

He was married to Miss Mildred Louise Wentz in June, 1938. Dr. and 
Mrs. Charmbury have two children: Deborah Louise and Thomas Elert. 

From September, 1937, to January, 1963, Dr. Charmbury was employed 
by the Pennsylvania State University, serving successively in the positions 
of Research Assistant, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and even- 
tually Professor and Head of the Department of Mineral Preparation. 

In 1958 he was an invited lecturer at the Third International Coal 
Preparation Congress at Liege, Belgium, and in 1962 he was an invited lec- 
turer at the First European Symposium on Size Reduction at Frankfurt, Germany. 

He has served as technical consultant to various companies, organi- 
zations and municipalities on problems related to the preparation, beneficia- 
tion and utilization of bituminous and anthracite coals and metallic and non- 
metallic minerals in addition to problems related to the causes and control of 
air pollution. 

Secretary Charmbur" has prepared many papers which have been pub- 
lished. A few of them are listed below: 

Advances in Coal Preparation, Mechanization . Vol. 26, 
No. 9, Pages 28-34 (September, 1962) 

Traprock Fill Creates Urban Headaches, Rock Products . 
Vol. 65, No. 9, Pages 106-112 (September 1962) 

Pinches Sluice to the Rescue, Rock Products . Vol. 65, 
No. 2, Pages 73-74 (February 1962) 

Precise Control for Utility and General Industrial Coal, 
Utilization . 15., No. 7, Pages 11-13 (July 1961) 

The Secretary is a member of the American Institute of Mining, Metal- 
lurgical and Petroleum Engineers, the American Chemical Society, the American 
Mining Congress, the American Association of University Professors, the Ameri- 
can Society for Engineering Education and the National Academy of Sciences. 

He is a member also of the Grace Lutheran Church of State College, 
Pennsylvania; Patmos Lodge No. 348, F. & A. M.j B. P. 0. Elks, of which he is 
the present State President; and Centre Hills Country Club. In 1960, he was 
elected Chairman of the Centre County Republican Executive Committee, and in 
1962 was re-elected. He resigned from the chairmanship in January, 1963, to 
accept appointment to the Governor's Cabinet. 

Secretary Charmbury is listed in American Men of Science, Who's Who 
in American Education, Who's Who in Engineering, Who's Who in the East, and 
Leaders in American Science. 



HighLIQtiTS Q_E 19 6 3 

The year 1963 saw the beginning of a variety of new endeavors and the improvement 
and expansion of the other activities in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Department of 
Mines and Mineral Industries. Several new and expanded functions of the Department were 
the results of new laws passed by the 1963 Session of the Legislature as part of the legis- 
lative program of Governor William W. Scranton. Other innovations were instituted by the 
Secretary, H. B. Charmbury. 

A critical review of the events, challenges, changes and programs of the past 
year are presented herewith. Basically, there are a variety of separate programs includ- 
ing the development of a new mine rescue technique which has since been used in other parts 
of the world to save the lives of miners trapped by mine cave-ins. Other programs were in- 
volved in the administration and enforcement of the anthracite and bituminous mining laws, 
the reclamation and restoration of abandoned deep and strip mines, the expansion of an 
anthracite mine drainage program and a mine subsidence insurance program, the development 
of a new practical coal research program to help the coal industry in the future and to 
help the people of the coal-producing areas by curing the ills of the coal mining industry 
in the past, and finally the conservation and regulation of oil and gas operations within 
the Commonwealth. In addition, much time was devoted by the Department to assisting the 
Legislature develop the most effective anthracite and bituminous strip mining laws that we 
have in this country today. Some time was devoted also to making preparations for the 
proper administration and enforcement of the strip mining laws which became effective dur- 
ing the close of the current year and the beginning of the new year. 

The Department's activities during the last year, together with plans for the 
future, are presented in the Budget Message for the Joint Senate and House Appropriations 
Committee which was prepared by Secretary Charmbury, January 29, 1964. The text of that 
Budget Message, not including appendixes consisting of detailed statistics, is as follows* 

For the fiscal year 1963-64, two million one hundred and ninety nine 
thousand, three hundred and eighty-five dollars ($2,199,385) was made available 
to the Department of Mines and Mineral Industries for general government opera- 
tions from the general fund appropriations. This represents a reduction of five 
hundred and forty two thousand, six hundred and forty-two dollars ($542,642) or 
19.8% from the amount actually spent the previous fiscal year (1962-63) for 
general government operations. This reduction was made possible by a decrease 
in personnel, by increasing work loads, by eliminating multiple duplication of 
work, and by being able to cover costs of certain functions with State-Federal 
funds rather than with State funds alone. 

During the year, however, there were several unforeseen events which 
happened that now make it necessary to ask for additional appropriations. First, 
there was a mine disaster which no one could predict that required the expendi- 
ture of certain funds and second, there were certain technological developments 
which occurred that now make it possible at least to tackle the problem of burn- 
ing refuse banks in the coal producing areas. For these reasons Governor 
Scranton has requested additional appropriations for the Department of Mines and 
Mineral Industries totaling three hundred and eighty six thousand, six hundred 
and seven dollars ($386,607). Of this amount sixty-one thousand, six hundred 
and seven dollars ($61,607) are requested to pay the state's small share of the 
Sheppton mine disaster and three hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars 
($325,000) are requested to tackle the vexing problem of burning culm dumps. 

SHEPPTON MIN5 DISASTER 

The mine disaster occurred on August 13, 1963, when three men were 
trapped by a cave-in in an anthracite coal mine near Sheppton, Pennsylvania. 
The mine was owned and operated by the Fellin Coal Company. David Fellin, one 
of the men trapped in the mine, and Eugene Gibbons are co-owners of the Company. 
Shortly after arrival on the scene, the Secretary and the Deputy Secretary of 
the Department were informed by Mr. Gibbons that the Company had no funds to 
pay for the rescue operation. Consequently, the Department officials had a 
great moral responsibility but no legal authority for the expenditure of funds. 
Three men's lives were at stake, important decisions had to be made, and local 
public sentiment was very strong. Time did not permit a legal investigation 
before starting operations. A legal investigation of the financial status of 
the Company was ordered by the Department to proceed concurrently with the 
rescue operation. The legal investigation confirmed Mr. Gibbons' report. 



Fortunately, the rescue operation was a success resulting in the sav- 
ing of two miner's lives. The method of rescue was completely new. In fact, 
since then it has been used in other parts of the world. It is quite possible 
that the method may be used in the future to save other miners' lives. 

The method of rescue required action on the part of the Secretary 
and the Deputy Secretary to obtain equipment and supplies to do the job, and 
after it was discovered that the men were alive more equipment and supplies had 
to be ordered. This was done without any hesitation but with full knowledge of 
the financial status. For this action the Secretary and his Deputy must take 
full responsibility. 

Again, fortunately, the progress of the rescue operation was so highly 
publicized that it became a demonstration of concern for humanity which resulted 
in people all over tr*e country setting aside any thought of cost by contributing 
their time, talents and facilities. Miners, who had worked an eight-hour day, 
came to the rescue scene and volunteered an additional four to twelve hours to 
help. Some helpers did not even leave the scene, but ate and slept there to be 
on hand for all emergencies. Coal companies, drilling companies and other com- 
panies sent their highly technically qualified officials free of charge to the 
scene to provide technical advice and help. Industrial companies from all over 
the country volunteered their equipment and supplies. Even schoolboys from the 
area helped to do many a job that had to be done. Government agencies of all 
types contributed ever so much to the rescue operation. If all labor, profes- 
sional services, equipment, supplies and other expenditures had to be paid for, 
it is estimated that the total cost of the rescue operation would be between 
$300,000 and $500,000. The total expenditures amounted to $61,606.95. 

BURNING culm EILES 

One of the problems of great concern to the health and safety of the 
people of the coal producing areas as well as the overall economic development 
of these areas is that of burning refuse banks. It is estimated that there are 
at least 200 of these burning banks within the Commonwealth at the present time. 
Unfortunately, there is no known method which is completely satisfactory to ex- 
tinguish these banks. However, it is possible, in some cases, when a fire is 
just starting in one of these banks to dig it out and thus prevent the entire 
bank from catching fire and burning for years. It is also possible, in some 
cases, to cut-off a portion of a burning bank to prevent the spreading of the 
fire. 

At the present time, there are no funds in the State that can be 
legally used to cut a hot spot out of a burning bank o^ to prevent the spreading 
of a fire into a new portion of a bank. Consequently, Governor Scranton has 
recommended an additional appropriation of two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) 
to the Department of Mines and Mineral Industries to be used immediately for these 
emergency activities. It is understood that these funds are to be used in special 
cases to prevent the spreading of fires and not for the general purpose of extin- 
guishing present fires. 

THE BURNING AShLEY BANK 

One of the most serious of all the burning refuse banks in the Common- 
wealth today is the one located near Ashley. This is a large bank containing 
about 6 million tons of burning material. The people in this area are vitally 
concerned with this bank and are willing to take some action to fight this fire. 

During the past two years, research work on the elimination of air 
pollution from burning culm banks has been in progress at The Pennsylvania State 
University. This work was made possible by a grant from the Federal Department 
of Health, Education and Welfare. Governor Scranton, who was then Congressman 
Scranton, was most helpful in securing the grant for the University. At that 
time, the present Secretary of Mines was the recipient of the grant and started 
the original research work. For the past year this work has been continued at 
the University under the direction of Mr. James Kindig and Dean David R. Mitchell. 
It has now progressed to the point where it is believed that a pilot plant should 
be placed in operation at some burning bank to continue the development of a 
sound method for extinguishing these fires. A proposal for such a plant has now 
been submitted to the Health, Education and Welfare Department. Where such a 
plant, if approved, would be located would be determined by the investigators at 
the University. 



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In the meantime, the Northeastern Pennsylvania Industrial Development 
Council and the Pennsylvania Department of Mines and Mineral Industries are pre- 
paring a proposal to be submitted to the Area Redevelopment Administration for 
fighting the fire in the Ashley bank, based upon the Penn State process. The 
proposal will call for the design, construction and operation of a large pilot 
plant at the Ashley bank. The total expenditure of funds for the ARA program 
would be five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000). Of this amount, the Depart- 
ment of Mines and Mineral Industries would contribute $125,000, the NPIDC would 
contribute $125,000, and the ARA would contribute $250,000. The $125,000 in- 
cluded in this proposal along with the $200,000 listed above for special refuse 
bank fires constitutes the $325,000 requested by Governor Scranton to tackle the 
vexing problem of burning culm dumps. 

ME 1964-65 BVDGEJ REQUEST 

Assuming the Legislature would approve the additional appropriations 
requested above for 1963-64 totaling three hundred and eighty six thousand, six 
hundred and seven dollars ($386,607) the total general fund appropriations would 
amount to two million five hundred and eighty five thousand, nine hundred and 
ninety two dollars ($2,585,992). This is still a reduction of one hundred and 
fifty six thousand, thirty five dollars ($156,035) or 5.7$ less than the actual 
expenditures from this fund for the 1962-63 fiscal year. 

The budget request for general government operations from the general 
fund appropriation for the Department of Mines and Mineral Industries for the 
1964-65 fiscal year is two million two hundred and ninety five thousand, four 
hundred and thirty four dollars ($2,295,434). This represents a reduction, 
assuming the above additional appropriations are approved, of two hundred and 
ninety thousand five hundred and fifty eight dollars ($290,558) or 11. 2& less 
than the amount available for the 1963-64 fiscal year. This amount requested for 
1964-65 is four hundred and forty six thousand, five hundred and ninety three 
dollars ($446,593) or 16.3$ less than the amount actually spent during the 1962- 
63 fiscal year. 

The two million two hundred and ninety five thousand, four hundred and 
thirty four dollars ($2,295,434) requested for general government operations are 
for the enforcement of the mining laws and the promotion of the mining and min- 
eral interests of the Commonwealth and for the welfare and safety of persons em- 
ployed in and about the anthracite and bituminous coal mines and the oil and gas 
production operations within Pennsylvania. These funds are to be used for five 
separate programs including executive and general administration, the enforcement 
and administration of our bituminous mine laws, the enforcement and administra- 
tion of our anthracite mine laws, our abandoned coal mine services, and the con- 
servation and regulation of our oil and gas operations. Each of these will be 
discussed separately. 

EXECUTIVE AND GENERAL ADMINISTRATION 

The funds for executive and general administration maintain the office 
of the Secretary. It is the Secretary's responsibility to supervise, coordinate 
and administer all programs in the Department and to keep the Governor and his 
staff and the members of the Legislature, as well as the general public, informed 
on all activities of the Department. The Secretary also serves as Chairman of 
the Bituminous Land Reclamation Board, the Anthracite Land Restoration Board, the 
Coal Research Board, the Anthracite and Bituminous Coal Mine Subsidence Board, 
the Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, the Anthracite and Bituminous State Mine 
Inspectors Examining Boards, the State Oil and Gas Inspectors* Examining Board and 
the Anthracite Mine Drainage Commission. He also serves as Vice Chairman of the 
Anthracite Allocation Committee as well as a member of the Sanitary Water Board, 
the Air Pollution Commission and the Board of Trustees at the Pennsylvania State 
University. 

In order to have a more efficient operation in carrying out the duties 
and responsibilities of the office thexe has been a reorganization in the Depart- 
ment during the past year. 

The field services under the Deputy Secretaries remain essentially the 
same. There have been added, however, several staff positions - two by legisla- 
tive action and two by administrative action. Two of the staff positions had 
already been established and it is hoped that a new one, a Director of Mine Safety, 
can be established sometime in the future. 



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The Bureaus of Conservation and Reclamation for both the Anthracite and 
Bituminous areas were established by the Legislature to control the new strip 
mining laws. Details of these will be discussed later. 

There were created during the past year two directorships - a Director 
for the State-Federal Anthracite Mine Drainage Program and a Director of Research 
and Development. The former was necessary to direct the stepped-up activities 
in the drainage program resulting from state and federal legislative action to 
expand the scope of utilizing these funds. The funds are now being used to flush 
underground abandoned mines to prevent surface subsidence and they are also being 
used to fight underground mine fires. 

A Director of Research and Development also has been appointed to help 
formulate and direct an increased practical research program which is now possi- 
ble because of legislative action broadening the scope to which research funds 
can be used. Research is being conducted on mine safety, land reclamation from 
strip mining, air and stream pollution and other problems related to the coal 
industry as well as on new uses for coal. 

Mine safety is one of the problems of- great concern to Governor Scranton 
and was of great concern to the late President Kennedy. Governor Scranton put 
Pennsylvania in the lead with ocher states by appointing a Mine Safety Commission 
consisting of three independent registered professional mining engineers to re- 
view our current mining laws and methods of enforcement and to make recommenda- 
tions for improvement. The funds for this commission (not to exceed $5,000) 
were obtained from the executive and general administration portion of the Depart- 
ment's budget. 

For the fiscal year 1964-65 a request is made for two hundred and twenty 
one thousand and fourteen dollars ($221,014), representing an increase of seven 
thousand four hundred and fifty one dollars ($7,451) or 3.4% over and above that 
available in the budget for the 1963-64 fiscal year. 

ENFORCEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION OF BITUMINOUS MINE LAWS 

The funds for the enforcement and administration of the bituminous mine 
laws are used basically for the protection of the health and safety of the Penn- 
sylvania bituminous coal miners and the protection of the people of the Common- 
wealth against damages from bituminous mining operations. In addition to the 
routine deep and strip mine inspections there were 25 special investigations most 
of which were concerned with the use of new equipment representing advancements 
in the mining industry. Also, 14 special applications for mining under bodies of 
surface water were processed and 236 investigations were made on complaints by 
citizens of the Commonwealth to insure satisfactory mining operations. The De- 
partment staff also checked on 395 strip mine drainage applications and submitted 
reports to the Department of Health. Also, 876 applications for waste disposal 
permits in the bituminous area were investigated along with routine inspections 
of these areas. Complete dust surveys were made in 5 deep mines to obtain data 
for the Department of Health. A total of 246 applications were investigated and 
processed for mine subsidence insurance policies. The Department planted over 
87 thousand tree seedlings and over 7 thousand pounds of grass seed on about 370 
acres of reclaimed stripping areas as a part of our "blitz" program for the recla- 
mation of abandoned strip mines. Finally, over 3,000 men were trained and certi- 
fied in first aid work and 380 men were trained and certified in mine rescue work. 
These are the services provided by the funds for the enforcement and administra- 
tion of the bituminous mining laws. 

In the 1964-65 budget, we are requesting five hundred and forty nine 
thousand seven hundred and fifty one dollars ($549,751) to continue these serv- 
ices. This represents an increase of six thousand two hundred and fifty four 
dollars ($6,254) or 1.1% over the amount available for 1963-64. 

ENFORCEMENT AND ADMINIS TRATION OF ANTHRACITE MINE LAWS 

The funds for the enforcement and administration of the anthracite min- 
ing laws are used to protect the health and safety of Pennsylvania anthracite 
miners and to protect the public welfare from damages during mining operations. 
In addition to routine deep and strip mine inspections throughout the year there 
was a revision of the mine inspection districts in order to equalize work loads 
and provide more efficient inspections of mines of all sizes. This revision was 
made necesary by reducing the number of deputies in the anthracite area from two 



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to one. In particular, efforts were made to bring about greater safety measures 
in the smaller mines. As a result, every mine in the anthracite area now has a 
safe second opening or the total effort at the mine is concentrated on making a 
second opening. 

During the year it was necessary to institute a training program on the 
care and use of flame safety lamps for protection against mine explosions, par- 
ticularly in areas where gaseous and nongaseous mines are intermingled. 

First-aid and mine rescue classes were conducted in the area for the 



Waste disposal areas were inspected along with applications for waste 
disposal permits. A total of 1,011 inspections were made for mine subsidence in- 
surance policies. 

Over one and one-half million trees were planted on 1,160 acres of re- 
claimed strip mine lands in six different counties of the anthracite area. Funds 
for the trees were obtained from fees received from stripping operators but per- 
sonnel were paid from funds for the administration of the anthracite mining laws. 

Finally, great credit must go to the Deputy Secretary in the anthracite 
area and his entire staff for their heroic effort in the historic rescue of David 
Fellin and Henry Throne from their entombment at the Sheppton mine last August. 

In order to continue to provide the services of enforcing and adminis- 
tering the anthracite mining laws, the Department is requesting five hundred and 
twenty-two thousand, one hundred and seven dollars ($552,107) in the 1964-65 
fiscal year budget. This represents an increase of fifteen thousand, four hundred 
and eighty three dollars ($15,483) or 3.1% over the amount available in the 1963- 
64 budget. 

ABANDONED COAL MINE SERVICES 

The funds for the abandoned coal mine services are used basically 
to correct conditions caused by early mining operations that are detrimental 
to public welfare. These funds are used to seal abandoned deep mines, to back- 
fill abandoned strip pits, to flush underground abandoned deep mines for the pre- 
vention of surface subsidence, and to fight underground mine fires. 

During the past year the Department conducted 62 projects under this 
program. 

Forty-three of these projects were conducted in eleven counties in the 
bituminous coal area of the Commonwealth and 19 projects were conducted in five 
counties in the anthracite area. 

Forty of the projects were conducted using State-owned equipment opera- 
ted by State employes and 22 were conducted through contracts with the lowest re- 
sponsible bidders. Five of the contract projects were conducted using equally 
matched State and Federal funds; these projects were limited to extinguishing 
mine fires. 

Eighteen of the projects consisted in sealing deep mine shafts and 
other openings to abandoned underground mines and 30 projects were backfilling 
abandoned open pit mines. Two projects consisted in flushing underground voids 
in abandoned coal mines to support the overlying surface. Twelve projects were 
involved in extinguishing mine fires. 

The funds requested in the 1964-65 budget amount to eight hundred and 
sixty eight thousand and eighty seven dollars ($868,087). This represents a de- 
crease of two hundred and eighty one thousand, seven hundred and one dollars 
($281,701), or 24.5% from the amount available in the 1963-64 budget. However, 
the large decrease is due to the fact that the three hundred and twenty five 
thousand dollars ($325,000) asked for above would be added to this fund should 
it be approved. 



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CONSERVATION AND REGULATION OF OIL AND GAS OPERATIONS 

The funds for the conservation and regulation of oil and gas operations 
are used basically to control the drilling and plugging of all oil and gas wells 
within the Commonwealth as well as to promote the utilization and to prevent the 
physical waste of these natural resources. In particular, control of drilling is 
exercised in those areas where the wells penetrate workable coal seams to provide 
safety of personnel in underground coal mines. Control is also exercised over 
the 64 active underground gas storage reservoirs adjacent and/or subjacent to 
active coal areas. 

This past year has been Pennsylvania's most active year as far as 
issuing drilling permits is concerned. Approximately 413 permits were issued 
during the year. This is an increase of 19% over the previous year. In addi- 
tion 612 wells for which permits are not required were drilled in non-coal areas. 
Wells were drilled in 34 counties of the Commonwealth - 60% of the total wells 
were drilled for gas and 40% were drilled for oil. Approximately 15% of the 
wells completed were dry holes. 

Probably the most interesting development was the starting of a drill- 
ing operation in Centre County planned to go to the unusual depth of about 12,000 
feet. As of the first of the year 1964, this well was down about 5,000 feet. 
Geologists as well as petroleum and natural gas engineers throughout the entire 
eastern part of the United States will be observing the development of this well 
with much interest. 

No new underground storage reservoirs for natural gas were developed 
during the year, but Pennsylvania still leads all other states with storage 
capacity. Investigations are continuing for more storage areas. 

The Oil and Gas Conservation Commission issued its first spacing orders 
during the year. A total of 7 hearings were conducted and 4 orders were issued. 
In addition to the hearings the Commission held 24 separate meetings to discuss 
various phases of administering the Oil and Gas Conservation Act. 

For the 1964-65 fiscal year there is requested in the budget one 
hundred and thirty seven thousand nine hundred and seventy five dollars ($137,975) 
to continue to provide the people of the Commonwealth and the industry with the.e 
services. This represents an increase of four thousand six hundred and twenty 
two dollars ($4,622) or 3.5% over the amount available for the 1963-64 fiscal 
year. 

COAL RESEARCH 

At these appropriation hearings last year a research program was out- 
lined placing more emphasis on the practical application of research to provide 
a service to the people of the Commonwealth as well as the coal industry. It was 
pointed out that practical research was necessary to help correct some of the 
problems of the coal industry as well as to provide new uses and new markets for 
coal. The legislature cooperated with this program by amending the coal research 
act to make this type of research possible and by providing a continuing fund of 
four hundred and seventy five thousand dollars ($475,000) for the research. This 
program as outlined has now been started. 

Institutions in the Commonwealth that conduct coal research were con- 
tacted and asked to submit proposals for research in the general areas as out- 
lined. A Coal Research Board was appointed by Governor Scranton and a Director 
of Research and Development was appointed by the Board. Research proposals 
totaling 2.6 million dollars were submitted to the Board by the various Institu- 
tions. These proposals were screened by the Board members, by the Director of 
Research, and by the Secretary of the Department. Certain proposals were then 
selected for further investigation and the Board, Director and Secretary then 
visited the various institutions to observe their facilities and to discuss the 
proposals with the various principal researchers. Later the Board met and ap- 
proved 15 proposals totaling three hundred and thirty four thousand, two hundred 
and fifty dollars ($334,250) with the understanding that those proposals which 
called for renewal and those proposals which indicated satisfactory progress 
would be renewed for a second year provided that sufficient funds were available. 

Two of the 15 proposals totaling seventy five thousand dollars ($75,000) 
are concerned with the development of a coal-mineral complex involving the use of 



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coal and the processing of minerals directly associated with the coal. One pro- 
posal amounting to fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) is concerned with trans- 
portation or the optimization of mine production systems to provide lower cost 
mining. Five proposals totaling one hundred and five thousand dollars ($105,000) 
are concerned with correcting conditions resulting from early mining operations. 
This type of work is essential in order to make the coal-producing areas of the 
Commonwealth more attractive to other industrial development activities. These 
proposals call for work on air and stream pollution and on land restoration from 
strip mining. Two proposals totaling forty-five thousand dollars ($45,000) call 
for research on the prevention of mine disasters to protect the health and safety 
of the miners. Three proposals totaling fifty-two thousand dollars ($52,000) are 
involved in coal marketing research to improve domestic and foreign markets for 
coal, and finally, two proposals totaling forty-two thousand, two hundred and 
fifty dollars ($42,250) are concerned with special methods of coal utilization. 

The 1964-65 fiscal year budget requests five hundred thousand dollars 
($500,000) for coal research. If this is approved, a highly stepped-up practical 
research program on air and stream pollution will be put into effect. Advantage 
will be taken of the voluminous basic research done in the past and now in prog- 
ress on these subjects to develop pilot plant operations for actual field work. 

It is proposed to build a pilot plant to process non-burning coal 
refuse banks to eliminate these unsightly conditions in the coal areas and thus 
eliminate a potential air pollution hazard. The processing would consist of 
separating the combustible from the non-combustible material in the bank. The 
combustible material has a potential market as a low grade fuel, and one of the 
utility companies has agreed to take this product at a price to use it for their 
own experimental research work. The non-combustible material has a potential 
market as flush solids to be used underground for the prevention of surface sub- 
sidence. Furthermore, current research now being supported by the Coal Research 
Board is concerned with the development of other more profitable uses for this 
material. If a pilot plant operation such as the one just described should prove 
to be technically sound and economically feasible, it would (l) eliminate a 
potential air pollution hazard, (2) eliminate an unsightly condition and improve 
the attractiveness for other industrial developments, (3) reclaim the land for 
other uses than the storage of rock and bony material, (4) provide a low cost 
fuel for utilities, and (5) provide a more suitable material for flushing aban- 
doned coal mines to prevent surface subsidence or other uses. 

Furthermore, it is proposed to take advantage of past and current basic 
research on stream pollution and to design, construct, and operate one or possibly 
more small portable pilot plants to process mine drainage water. Processes would 
be designed to remove iron and/or acids from such water on an economical basis. 
One of the steel companies has expressed interest in the program and has agreed 
to take any iron removed from the water at a price for their experiemental re- 
search work to determine if this material can be used. Certain segments of the 
coal industry also have expressed interest in the program and one segment, the 
captive group representing eight of the major steel companies in the State, has 
made a financial contribution to help match the funds for this purpose as well as 
pledging their full support in implementing the program. The successful opera- 
tion of this program would lead the way and play a large part in helping to clean 
up the streams and rivers of Pennsylvania. 

ANTHRACITE STRIP MINING- RESTORATION 

During the past year, legislation was enacted requiring proper restora- 
tion of land affected by the strip mining of anthracite coal. This law became 
effective on November 12, 1963. Basically, it requires the coal operator to com- 
pletely backfill all pits to approximate original contour or, in the case of ex- 
ceptionally deep pits, the amount of backfill shall be determined by a Land Res- 
toration Board or the Board may approve alternative plans of restoration for 
other purposes. Since the law became effective, it means that 92% of all the 
pits being made will be returned to approximate contour. 

The law also establishes within the Department of Mines and Mineral 
Industries a Bureau of Anthracite Conservation and Reclamation with a staff to 
properly administer the law. The staff consists of a Director of the Bureau, two 
Field Investigators, a Forester, a Mine Restoration Foreman, and two clerical 
employes. The enforcement of the law is performed by the Deputy Secretary and 
twenty- two Anthracite Coal Mine Inspectors. 



15 



There is established by the law an Anthracite Land Restoration Board 
as previously mentioned. Since the law became effective, the Board has held three 
meetings and acted on 14 applications for permits to conduct strip mining opera- 
tions. To date 82 strip mining operators have been issued licenses. 

There are no funds requested from the general fund appropriations in 
the 1964-65 fiscal year budget for these operations. The budget for the adminis- 
tration of this act has an estimated expenditure of forty-five thousand sixty 
dollars ($45,060) for the year. The income for these expenditures will come from 
the anthracite coal operators. It is anticipated that twenty-four thousand 
dollars ($24,000) will be obtained from operators' license fees and that twenty- 
one thousand, sixty dollars (($21,060) will be used from the reserves in the 
anthracite strip mining fund built up from fees in previous years. 

It is anticipated that this reserve will also be used to backfill aban- 
doned strip pits of previous mining operations. During the past year, legisla- 
tion was enacted to permit the utilization of the funds for this purpose. 

BITUMINOUS STRIP MINING CONSERVATION AND RECLAMATION 

The passage of legislation amending the Bituminous Coal Open Pit Mining 
Conservation Act will properly control unnecessary land devastation and water 
pollution. It should also eliminate the need for any further major changes in 
the Act and thereby help to stabilize the economy of the industry so that the 
supply of coal to meet a growing demand can be assured. Basically, the law re- 
quires proper water handling to prevent acid formation during mining operations 
and then proper backfilling of all pits to obtain land conservation and reclama- 
tion. The law also requires the Department to have full responsibility for in- 
vestigating, examining, reporting and being the enforcement agent of the Sanitary 
Water Board in the Department of Health. 

The law, which became effective January 1, 1964, also establishes with- 
in the Department a Bureau of Conservation and Reclamation with a staff to prop- 
erly administer the law. To date, the staff consists of a Director of the Bureau, 
a Sanitary Engineer, two Bituminous Coal Mine Inspectors, three Mine Drainage 
Engineers, three Field Investigators, one Forester and four clerical employes. 
In order to complete the staff it is anticipated to employ an additional five 
Bituminous Coal Mine Inspectors, five Mine Drainage Engineers, two Field Inves- 
tigators and three clerical employes. For the present, until the complete staff 
can be properly organized, the thirty Bituminous Coal Mine Inspectors and the 
Deputy Secretary will assist in the enforcement of the law. 

There is also established by the law a Land Reclamation Board to act on 
applications for bituminous strip mining permits which call for the reclamation 
of the land other than complete backfilling to approximate original contour or 
terrace backfilling. To date, the Board has held four meetings, primarily con- 
cerned with establishing policy. The Board has approved five applications, and 
postponed five pending additional information. In addition, the Secretary has 
approved seventy-five applications and four hundred and thirty more are being in- 
vestigated for further action. To date, also, three hundred and forty-seven 
bituminous strip mining licenses have been issued to operators. 

In order to promote the program of bituminous strip mining conservation 
and reclamation, a budget request from the general fund appropriations for the 
fiscal year 1964-65 is made for two hundred and seventy-two thousand, seventy 
dollars ($272,070). This is in addition to the ninety thousand dollars ($90,000) 
anticipated from operators license fees. The breakdown of this budget request 
includes two hundred and fifteen thousand, five hundred and eighty- four dollars 
($215,584) for salaries, ninety-five thousand, six hundred and five dollars 
($95,605) for supplies, and fifty thousand eight hundred and eighty-one dollars 
($50,881) for equipment. 



16 



Remember 
Hazleton! 



Tuesday, August 27th, 1963 
was a great day 
for the human race ! 
Self-interest, 
advantage, 
time-and-a-half, 
prestige, 
profit 

were all set aside. 
At a hillside mine 
near Hazleton, Pa., 
workers, 



managers, 
schoolboys, 




government officials, 

worked together in 

superb harmony. 

Their dramatic, unselfish 

rescue effort 

emphasizes the 

magnificent heights 

to which the human race 

can rise. 

Why does it 

always seem to take tragedy 

to bring out the best in 

people? 

If this same 

spirit of cooperation 

existed every day, 

it could help America 

to get out of a lot of holes ! 



17 




Large Drill used to make escape bole. 




Communications Tent to keep in continuous 
contact witV men in caved area. 



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Communications and supply bore bole to the 
men underground. 




Raising the American Flag on top of the drill 
rig after the breakthrough of the escape hole 




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Secretary H. B. Charmbury and Deputy Secretary 
Gordon E. Smitb conferring at scene of rescue operations. 




Packaged material ready for tbe supply line. 



20 







Large drill bit used in the upper section 
of the escape ^ole. 




19" drill bit used to make t>-e lower section 
of the escape bole. 



21 




Mr. Fellin being t-oisted from t^e escape bole. 




Mr. Fellin being carried from t>e escape bole 
to the First Aid tent. 



22 




TV Camera used to examine escape bole and 
search for Mr Bova. 




The cave breakthrough on the surface after 
rescue operations were completed. 



STATISTICAL 
REPORTS 



24 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 
ANTHRACITE DIVISION 
TOTAL PRODUCTION OF COAL, PRODUCTION FROM STRIPPINGS AND WASHER IES» 
EMPLOYES, FATALITIES, ETC. 
1870 - 1963 















Fatal- 


No. 












Produc- 


ities 


of 




Total 


Washery Stripping 




tion 


per 


ins- 




production 


production production 


Fatal- 


per 


million 


pec 


Year 


(net tons) 


(net tons)* (net tons)* Emoloves 


ities 


fatal itv 


tons 


tors 




1 




• 


1 


• 


1 


1 


1870 


14,172,004 




35,600 


211 


67,166 


14.89 


5 


1871 


15,532,252 




37,488 


210 


73,963 


13.52 


5 


1872 


15,567,973 




44,745 


223 


69,811 


14.32 


5 


1873 


21,001,521 




48,199 


264 


79,551 


12.57 


5 


1874 


19,930,240 




53,402 


231 


86,278 


11.59 


5 


1875 


23,402,646 




69,966 


238 


98,330 


10.17 


6 


1876 


23,440,666 




70,474 


228 


102,810 


9.73 


6 


1877 


24,727,213 




66,842 


194 


127,460 


7.85 


6 


1878 


20,900,966 




63,964 


187 


111,770 


8.95 


6 


1879 


31,036,600 




68,847 


262 


118,460 


8.44 


6 


1880 


27,974,532 




73,373 


202 


138,488 


7.22 


6 


1881 


34,202,558 




76,031 


273 


125,284 


7.98 


7 


1882 


35,057,430 




82,200 


295 


118,839 


8.41 


6 


1883 


37,747,369 




91,421 


323 


116,865 


8.56 


6 


1884 


36,468,738 




101,073 


332 


109,846 


9.10 


6 


1885 


38,232,155 




100,320 


332 


115,157 


8.68 


7 


1866 


38,950,932 




103,044 


279 


139,609 


7.16 


7 


1887 


42,156,300 




106,517 


316 


133,406 


7.50 


7 


1888 


46,635,037 




122,218 


364 


128,118 


7.81 


8 


1889 


43,650,768 




119,646 


397 


109,952 


9.09 


8 


1890 


44,986,286 




119,919 


378 


119,011 


8.40 


7 


1891 


49,701,322 




123,308 


428 


116,125 


8.61 


8 


1892 


51,226,978 




130,300 


418 


122,553 


8.16 


8 


1893 


52,841,110 


* 


138,069 


456 


115,880 


8.63 


8 


1894 


50,966,920 


386,960 


139,939 


446 


114,276 


8.75 


8 


1895 


56,948,756 


386,534 


143,705 


421 


135,270 


7.39 


8 


1896 


53,843,250 


527,809 


150,088 


502 


107,257 


9.32 


8 


1897 


52,581,036 


732,743 


149,557 


423 


124,305 


8.04 


8 


1898 


52,812,675 


697,759 


142,420 


411 


129,498 


7.78 


8 


1899 


60,518,331 


1,055,426 


140,604 


461 


131,276 


7.62 


8 


1900 


57,363,396 


1,818,170 


143,824 


411 


139,570 


7.16 


8 


1901 


67,094,665 


2,009,864 


147,651 


513 


130,789 


7.65 


8 


1902 


41,340,935 


2,965,792 


148,139 


300 


137,803 


7.26 


8 


1903 


75,232,585 


4,119,258 


151,827 


518 


145,237 


6.89 


15 


1904 


73,594,369 


3,440,420 


161,330 


595 


123,688 


8.08 


15 


1905 


78,647,020 


3,897,688 


168,254 


644 


122,123 


8.19 


15 


1906 


72,139,510 


4,880,402 


166,175 


557 


129,514 


7.72 


19 


1907 


86,056,412 


5,630,169 


168,774 


708 


121,549 


8.23 


20 


1908 


83,543,243 


4,635,923 


174,503 


678 


123,220 


8.12 


20 


1909 


80,223,833 


5,206,562 


171,195 


567 


141,488 


7.07 


20 


1910 


83,683,994 


5,412,167 


168,175 


601 


139,241 


7.18 


20 


1911 


90,917,176 


4,555,457 


173,338 


699 


130,067 


7.69 


21 


1912 


84,426,869 


4,317,161 


175,098 


601 


140,477 


7.12 


21 


1913 


91,626,964 


2,934,157 


175,310 


624 


146,838 


6.81 


21 


1914 


91,189,641 


2,702,537 


180,899 


600 


151,983 


6.58 


21 


1915 


89,377,706 


3,418,427 


177,339 


588 


152,003 


6.58 


21 


1916 


87,680,198 


4,432,606 


159,169 


565 


155,186 


6.44 


25 


1917 


100,445,299 


6,408,277 


156,148 


581 


172,883 


5.78 


25 


1918 


99,445,794 


7,246,454 


148,226 


556 


178,859 


5.59 


25 


1919 


87,838,024 


3,616,675 


153,780 


636 


138,110 


7.24 


25 


1920 


89,636,036 


5,435,697 


149,117 


490 


182,931 


5.47 


25 


1921 


90,358,642 


1,842,096 


161,926 


546 


165,492 


6.04 


25 


1922 


53,910,201 


2,525,402 


159,880 


300 


179,701 


5.56 


25 


1923 


92,653,641 


4,212,001 


158,764 


515 


179,910 


5.56 


22 


1924 


87,277,449 


1,141,796 


162,503 


496 


175,963 


5.68 


22 



25 

















Fatal- 


No. 














Produc- 


ities 


of 




Total 


Washery 


Stripping 






tion 


per 


ins- 




production 


production 


production 




Fatal- 


per 


million 


pec- 


Year 


(net tons) 


(net tons)* 


(net tons)* 


Employes 


ities 


fatality 


tons 


tors 


1925 


61,334,145 


894,187 




163,825 


401 


152,953 


6.54 


18 


1926 


83,874,500 


1,365,175 




168,734 


455 


184,340 


5.42 


18 


1927 


79,367,154 


1,841,440 




167,648 


492 


161,315 


6.20 


25 


1928 


74,552,312 


1,614,863 




160,721 


447 


166,784 


6.00 


25 


1929 


72,985,844 


878,599 




153,422 


483 


151,109 


6.62 


25 


1930 


68,776,559 


890,389 




151,171 


444 


154,902 


6.46 


25 


1931 


59,115,387 


1,468,572 


% 


138,400 


384 


153,946 


6.50 


25 


1932 


49,501,511 


1,062,853 


3,545,948 


119,480 


243 


203,710 


4.91 


21 


1933 


49,507,577 


2,090,996 


4,308,811 


102,469 


232 


213,395 


4.69 


21 


1934 


56,798,951 


1,516,393 


4,461,894 


106,251 


260 


218,458 


4.58 


19 


1935 


51,359,111 


1,876,700 


4,962,514 


100,539 


267 


192,256 


5.20 


17 


1936 


54,264,016 


1,411,988 


3,757,678 


99,704 


241 


225,162 


4.44 


16 


1937 


51,700,296 


1,882,026 


5,014,052 


99,117 


212 


243,869 


4.10 


22 


1938 


46,269,511 


2,031,432 


5,080,344 


96,998 


223 


207,487 


4.82 


20 


1939 


51,399,707 


2,347,269 


5,308,049 


93,352 


210 


244,761 


4.09 


24 


1940 


51,526,454 


2,599,280 


6,010,364 


90,790 


182 


283,112 


3.53 


23 


1941 


53,942,177 


3,689,538 


7,855,945 


88,849 


189 


285,408 


3.50 


22 


1942 


57,939,629 


4,045,970 


9,657,307 


83,707 


225 


257,509 


3.88 


22 


1943 


60,511,730 


7,715,860 


8,688,896 


79,369 


218 


277,577 


3.60 


23 


1944 


64,112,589 


10,527,481 


10,925,619 


78,145 


171 


374,927 


2.67 


24 


1945 


55,901,235 


9,454,205 


10,521,174 


76,265 


137 


408,038 


2.45 


23 


1946 


61,978,710 


9,214,678 


12,912,992 


80,556 


169 


366,738 


2.73 


24 


1947 


58,227,985 


7,076,796 


12,691,382 


80,730 


165 


352,897 


2.83 


24 


1948 


59,108,810 


6,735,688 


13,435,837 


80,390 


131 


451,212 


2.22 


26 


1949 


44,710,118 


4,823,144 


11,081,087 


79,209 


92 


485,980 


2.06 


26 


1950 


46,339,255 


4,027,249 


12,291,325 


75,231 


86 


538,829 


1.86 


25 


1951 


42,389,055 


4,843,834 


11,376,379 


70,357 


94 


450,947 


2.22 


25 


1952 


40,067,130 


4,710,495 


11,019,185 


66,438 


92 


435,512 


2.30 


25 


1953 


30,495,391 


3,892,083 


8,863,984 


56,952 


59 


516,871 


1.93 


25 


1954 


26,612,312 


3,055,528 


7,852,186 


44,731 


47 


566,219 


1.76 


24 


1955** 


25,934,792 


3,618,121 


7,826,029 


37,397 


60 


432,247 


2.31 


20 


1956 


28,175,633 


4,336,168 


8,527,613 


35,029 


54 


521,771 


1.92 


18 


1957 


25,163,466 


4,356,958 


7,831,511 


32,767 


51 


493,401 


2.03 


21 


1958 


20,456,474 


2,711,152 


7,001,422 


26,738 


31 


659,886 


1.52 


20 


1959 


19,670,615 


2,981,696 


7,272,661 


24,112 


46 


427,622 


2.34 


20 


1960 


17,721,113 


3,006,803 


7,138,743 


20,269 


35 


506,318 


1.98 


23 


1961 


16,506,612 


2,418,433 


7,279,371 


16,971 


19 


868,769 


1.15 


23 


1962 


16,496,315 


2,829,421 


6,942,675 


14,704 


26 


634,474 


1.58 


22 


1963 


17,411,202 


2,965,213 


7,552,995 


14,323 


30 


580,373 


1.72 


22 



* Included in total production. 

# No accurate record previous to 1870. 
$ No accurate record previous to 1894. 
% No accurate record previous to 1932. 

** In 1955 and subsequent years the production, employes, fatalities, etc., of deep mines 
employing fewer than five (5) persons inside are included in this report. 



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Glen Alden Corporation 


11-15-22-26 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


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23-26-27 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


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Susquehanna Coal Co. 


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Greenwood Stripping Corporation 


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Hudson Realty Co., Inc. 


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Penag Coal Co. 


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Rosini Coal Co. 


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Indian Head Coal Co. 


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Gavalis Co., Joseph 


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Huss, George 


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Sanchez Construction Co. 


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Dale Contracting Co. 


24 


Yudacufski Bros. 


11 


Capone Coal Co. 


27 


Hegins Mining Co. 


27 


Mercury Coal Co. 



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1,829,311 

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622,634 

507,547 

431,551 

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328,956 

295,922 

292,355 

196,038 

185,898 

161,112 

160,341 

143,327 

120,909 

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99,952 

88,401 

80,175 

77,702 

73,234 

67,166 

58,792 

57,455 

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STRIP MINING 

PRODUCTION 

TABLE 



100 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
ANTHRACITE STRIP MINE PRODUCTION 









YEAR—1963 






Company 






County 


Production 


Employes 








DISTRICT 1 






Belack, William 






Lackawanna 


476 


4 


C. & S. Excavating Co. 






Lackawanna 


2,730 


10 


Carbondale Coal Co. 






Lackawanna 


292,355 


104 


Halsey Contracting Cor 






Lackawanna 


13,254 


10 


Hudson Realty Co., Inc. 






Lackawanna 


71,709 


47 


Kaminski Bros., Inc. 






Lackawanna 


4,836 


6 


Kuna Coal Co. 






Lackawanna 


352 


1 


Pasternak Bros. 






Lackawanna 


8,100 


5 


Slenska Coal Co. 






Lackawanna 


408 


5 


Turnpike Coal Co. 






Lackawanna 


5,327 


5 


Distri 


ct Total 




399,547 


197 








DISTRICT 3 






Coalbrook Sales Co., Inc. 






Lackawanna 


409 


4 


Diamond Colliery Co. 






Lackawanna 


34,069 


13 


Kaminski Bros., Inc. 






Lackawanna 


12,678 


6 


Moffat Coal Co., Inc. 






Lackawanna 


90,185 


37 


District Total 




137.341 


60 








DISTRICT 11 






Bliss Coal Co. 






Sullivan 


2,129 


2 


C. B. M. Coal Co. 






Luzerne 


- 


3 « 


Capone Coal Co. 






Luzerne 


53,450 


22 


E. & B. Coal Sales 






Sullivan 


3,609 


3 


Glen Alden Corporation 






Luzerne 


208,915 


132 


Heights Coal Co. 






Luzerne 


15,473 


3 


Hudson Realty Co., Inc. 






Luzerne 


124,329 


96 


K. P. T. Coal Co. 






Luzerne 


2,127 


4 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, 


Inc, 




Luzerne 


691,579 


157 


Lombardi Coal Co. 






Luzerne 


1,372 


4 


Rosenn, Harold 






Luzerne 


1,900 


4 


Scranton Excavating Co. 






Luzerne 


56,122 


15 


Sullivan Trail Coal Co. 






Luzerne 


- 


144 '■ 


Susquehanna Coal Co. 






Luzerne 


69.633 


56 


District 


Total 




1.230,638 


645 








DISTRICT 12 






Brosious & Troup Coal Co. 






Dauphin 


13,531 


2 


Shade, John A. 






Dauphin 


7.591 


2 


DistJ 


:ict 


Total 


DISTRICT 13 


21,122 


4 








Glen Alden Corporation 






Luzerne 


234,724 


77 


R. A. Corporation 






Luzerne 


12,711 


3 


District 


Total 




247.435 


80 








DISTRICT 14 






Glen Alden Corporation 






Luzerne 


142.397 


46 


District 


Total 




142.397 


46 








DISTRICT 15 






Beaver Brook Coal Co., Inc. 




Schuylkill 


7,127 


12 


Gowen Coal Co. 






Luzerne 


36,513 


35 


Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 






Schuylkill 


388,369 


160 


Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 






Luzerne 


43,182 


16 


Huss, George 






Luzerne 


32,492 


38 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 






Luzerne 


336,591 


123 


Kassa Coal Co. 






Carbon 


1,344 


5 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, 


Inc, 




Luzerne 


162,315 


137 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, 


Inc 




Carbon 


294,842 


129 


Sandy Run Miners & Producers, 


Inc. 


Luzerne 


20.852 


33 


District 


Total 




1.323.627 


688 








DISTRICT 16 






Legal Coal Co. # 






Schuylkill 


9.335 


5 


District 


Total 




9.335 


5 





County 


Production 






DISTRICT 17 






Edgewood Contracting Co. 


Northumberland 


8,300 


3 


Glosek Bros. Coal Sales, Inc. 


Northumberland 


13,095 


5 


Minel, Inc. 


Northumberland 


39,361 


11 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Northumberland 


102,586 


35 


Rosini Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


160,341 


19 


(Carbo Contractors, Inc., Cont.) 


DISTRICT 18 






District Total 


323.683 


73 








Canfield Construction Co. 


Schuylkill 


10,089 


5 


Charbon Fuel Sales Co., Inc. 


Schuylkill 


2,566 


6 


Greenwood Stripping Corp. 


Schuylkill 


523,993 


182 


Greenwood Stripping Corp. 


Carbon 


282,035 


104 


Harbon Coal & Contracting Co. 


Schuylkill 


46,495 


19 


Krell Coal Co., Philip 


Schuylkill 


4,631 


3 


S chock, Norma n C. 


Schuylkill 


19.987 


18 


District Total 


DISTRICT M 


889.796 


337 








Canfield Construction Co. 


Schuylkill 


5,447 


5 


Krell Coal Co., Philip 


Schuylkill 


65 


2 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Schuylkill 


148,403 


69 


Ridge Stripping Co., Inc. 


Schuylkill 


16,073 


7 


Talbot Realty Co., Inc. 


Schuylkill 


16.954 


6 


District Total 


186.942 


89 




DISTRICT 20 






Howells, T. S. & Olaf S. Stripping 


Co. Northumberland 


5,389 


2 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


Columbia 


14,944 


36 


(Raven Run Coal Co., Subsidiary) 









P. & M. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


9,643 


7 


Susquehanna Coal Co. 


Columbia 


27,246 


25 


Susquehanna Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


21.100 


23 


District Total 


78,322 


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DISTRICT 31 






Blue Bell Enterprises 


Schuylkill 


1,164 


3 


Dando & Troup Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


6,971 


2 


F. & N. Cinder Contracts 


Schuylkill 


3,845 


8 


Hauptly, J. & Hoke C. 


Schuylkill 


47,883 


36 


Hoffman, Howard 


Schuylkill 


18,357 


17 


Koris Co., Inc. 


Schuylkill 


39,024 


17 


M. & S. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


238 


5 


Marko Land Co. 


Schuylkill 


6,200 


4 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Schuylkill 


236,623 


74 


Schuylkill Contracting Co. 


Schuylkill 


80,175 


31 


South River Coal Co., Inc. 


Schuylkill 


2,200 


10 


Tropp, L. & J. 


Schuylkill 


34.545 


8 


District Total 


477.225 


2*5 




DISTRICT 22 






Buck Coal Co. 


Columbia 


8,951 


5 


Gilbert on Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


1,725 


8 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


Columbia 


29,564 


11 


K. & H. Excavating, Inc. 


Columbia 


27,171 


16 


K. H. P. Coal Co. 


Columbia 


410 


5 


K. & K. Coal Co. 


Columbia 


23,660 


7 


Kerrigan, Paul 


Columbia 


122 


5 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Schuylkill 


342,288 


204 


Sanchez Construction Co. 


Columbia 
DISTRICT 23 


57.455 


27 


District Total 


491.346 


288 








C. & J. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


6,224 


8 


Chervanik Associates 


Northumberland 


34,203 


14 


Pahira & Niel 


Schuylkill 


220 


4 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Northumberland 


47,635 


21 


Savitski Bros. 


Northumberland 


3.373 


5 


District Total 


91.655 


52 



101 



102 



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CowtY 


Production 


EaBlwef 




D^STRJCT 24 






C. & J. Coal Co. (R.B.F. Contractors) Northumberland 


9,603 


8 


Edgewood Contracting Co. 


Northumberland 


165 


3 


Glosek Bros. Coal Sales 


Northumberland 


260 


3 


H. & B. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


301 


2 


North Line Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


20,504 


8 


Pioneer Construction & Development Co.Northuaberland 


16.916 


8 


District Total 


DJSTRJCT 25 


47.749 


32 


Blue Bell Enterprises 


Schuylkill 


4,607 


3 


Gavalis Co., Joseph 


Schuylkill 


73,234 


14 


Indian Head Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


47,700 


60 


Nagle, Inc., N. Joseph 


Schuylkill 


3,242 


9 


Shall y Construction Co. 


Schuylkill 


11,454 


5 


District Total 


DISTRICT 26 


140,237 


n 


Gilbert on Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


37,277 


44 


Huss, George 


Schuylkill 


1,758 


7 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Schuylkill 


7,877 


37 


Morea Mining Co., Inc. 


Schuylkill 


9,419 


36 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Schuylkill 


119.963 


92 


District Total 


DISTRICT 27 


176.294 


216 


Anthracite Fine Coals, Inc. 


Schuylkill 


3,136 


4 


Bain, Alfred 


Schuylkill 


2,116 


4 


Capparell Stripping & Construction Co. Schuylkill 


100,329 


80 


Gilberton Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


244,152 


124 


Mammoth Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


507,547 


146 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Schuylkill 


122,647 


35 


Swatara Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


6.417 


,8 



District Total 



986.344 



401. 



Bridy, Incorporated 
C. & S. Coal Co. 



DISTRICT 28 

North umber land 
Northumberland 



77 
502 



District Total 


DISTRJCT 29 


579 


9 








Bridy, Incorporated 


Northumberland 


26,412 


21 


C. & J. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


13,839 


9 


Edgewood Contracting Co. 


Northumberland 


685 


3 


Folger & Chapleski 


Northumberland 


6,381 


3 


Thomas & Brother, Inc., W. H. 


Northumberland 


17,615 


11 


Unique Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


45.893 


8 


District Total 


DISTRICT 30 


110.825 


55 


Talbot Realty Co., Inc. 


Lebanon 


40.556 


10 


District Total 


40.556 


10 


Division Total 




7,552,995 


3,686 



NOTEt • Maintenance Men 

** Maintenance Shops 

# Strip abandoned in September 1963. 

• Ceased operations May 31, 1963 



REPORT OF OPERATIONS 

EMPLOYING 

FEWER THAN FIVE PERSONS 



104 



REPORT COVERING 
MINES EMPLOYING FEWER THAN FIVE PERSONS 



1963 













Fatal 










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ConDanv 


County 


Production 


Worked 


EwDloyes 


dents 


Accidents 






DISTRICT 1 










Beggin Coal Co. * 


Lackawanna 


242 


35 


3 


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Bell Mountain Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 


102 


170 


2 


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Do-Leb Coal Co. * 


Lackawanna 


181 


30 


2 


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Grzywacz Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 


1,271 


220 


3 


- 


- 


Micklick Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 


714 


192 


2 


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S. & M. Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 


1,928 


223 


3 


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Sturgis Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 


137 


210 


2 


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Virby Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 


2,271 


248 


3 


- 


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Wagner Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 
rtal 


2.380 


230 


4 


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9,226 


179 


24 


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A. & H. Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


A. & P. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


Atlas Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


B. & E. Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


B. & M. Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


B. M. M. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


B. & P. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


Bloch Brothers Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


Blyler Coal Co., Glen 


Dauphin 


C. & R. Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


Gonder Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


H. & K. Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


H. L. D. Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


H. S. S. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


Hatter Brothers Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


Herb Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


J. & S. Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


K. & L. Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


K. W. K. Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


L. & K. Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


Lahr Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


Lucas & Sons Coal Co., Earl 


Dauphin 


M. & R. Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


Marchuk Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


Mauser Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


Morgan Coal Co., Herman 


Schuylkill 


Morgan Coal Co. 




No. 7 Vein Slope 


Dauphin 


No. 9i Vein Slope 


Dauphin 


Total 




N. N. K. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


P. & C. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


R. & D. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


R. K. W. Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


Rowe Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


Rowe & Marchuk Coal Co. 


Dauphin 


S. & R. Coal Co. 


Dauphin 



5,500 


275 


578 


200 


522 


58 


1,854 


250 


2,850 


270 


20 


10 


2,000 


156 


1,256 


140 


463 


262 


100 


40 


1,108 


158 


194 


120 


3,016 


280 


2,060 


280 


1,807 


155 


3,966 


240 


313 


60 


438 


77 


3,846 


230 


2,314 


183 


1,650 


165 


1,000 


365 


90 


14 


429 


168 


2,328 


289 


2,043 


267 



640 
M70 



2.110 



120 
210 



617 


104 


850 


240 


1,600 


200 


630 


70 


926 


156 


- 


10 


195 


106 















Fatal 












Days 




Acci- 


Non-fatal 


Com D anv 


County 


Production 


Worked 


Employes 


dents 


Accidents 






DISTRICT 12 (Continued) 








S. & S. Coal Co. 


Dauphin 




100 


20 


3 


_ 


_ 


Salic Coal Co., Harry 


Schuylkill 




2,740 


225 


3 


- 


_ 


Sallada Coal Co. 


Dauphin 




300 


60 


2 


- 


- 


Shomper Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 




7,857 


237 


4 


- 


. 


Sitlinger & Tschopp Coal Co. Dauphin 




60 


6 


3 


- 


- 


Saeltz Coal Co. 


Dauphin 




4,000 


250 


3 


- 


- 


Snyder Coal Co. 


Dauphin 




350 


150 


3 


- 


_ 


Starnosky Coal Co., Eugene 


Dauphin 




125 


30 


2 


- 


_ 


Stroup Coal Co. 


Dauphin 




1,300 


200 


3 


- 


. 


Trio Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 




2,000 


156 


3 


- 


- 


Underkoffler Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 




1,960 


260 


3 


- 


- 


Valley Construction Co.#2 


Dauphin 




10 


10 


3 


- 


_ 


Wolfe Coal Co. 


Dauphin 




144 


60 


2 


- 


- 


Zerembo Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 
! Total 


DISI 


612 


90 


3 


- 


- 


District 


70,231 


166 


135 


- 


1 




RICT 13 












Nc 


i Production 
DISTRICT 14 












Nc 


i Production 
DISTRICT 15 










Biskupics Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 




150 


50 


3 


_ 


_ 


Fellin Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 




1,100 


110 


4 


1 


2 


Genee Mining Co. 


Luzerne 




1,250 


250 


3 


- 


- 


Harjay & Co., Joseph 


Schuylkill 




200 


25 


3 


- 


- 


Kassa Coal Co. 
















No. 2 Slope 


Carbon 




3,450 


230 


3 


- 


- 


Wharton Slope 


Carbon 




100 


40 


3 


- 


. 


Total 


3.550 




6 


_ 


_ 


L. & D. Mining, Inc. 


Luzerne 




2,360 


100 


4 


- 


- 


Marko Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 




1,004 


62 


4 


- 


- 


McAdoo Coal Mining 


Carbon 




521 


180 


4 


- 


- 


Merola Coal Co. 


Luzerne 




1,530 


125 


3 


- 


- 


Miller & Co. 


Schuylkill 




10 


10 


2 


- 


- 


Shadel Coal Co., Harry 


Schuylkill 




101 


10 


2 


- 


- 


Shenandoah Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 




18 


126 


3 


- 


- 


Whah, John 


Luzerne 




100 


15 


3 


- 


- 


Wittig & Chucot 
















Little Buck Slope 


Schuylkill 




18 


20 


2 


- 


- 


No. 2 Slope 


Schuylkill 




91 


45 


2 


- 


- 


No. 6 Slope 


Schuylkill 
otal 


DIST 


12 


12 


2 


- 


- 


Total 


121 




6 


- 


- 


District 1 


12,015 


92 


50 


1 


2 




RICT 16 










Garber Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 




1,200 


125 


3 


„ 


_ 


H. & F. Ccal Co. 


Schuylkill 




- 


122 


2 


- 


- 


Hoffman Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 




6,366 


150 


4 


- 


- 


L. & L. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 




699 


125 


3 


- 


- 


L. 0. B. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 




6,735 


296 


4 


- 


- 


Savidge Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 
otal 


DIST 


- 


80 


2 


- 


- 


District 1 


15,000 

RICT 17 


163 


18 


- 


- 












Ash Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


19 


39 


3 


_ 


» 


B. & E. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


5,000 


290 


4 


- 


- 


Banks Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


5,397 


250 


4 


- 


- 


Bruno & Peifer Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


7,287 


256 


4 


- 


- 



105 



106 



COfflMflY 



County 



production 



Days 

Worked 



Employe? 



Fatal 

Acci- Non-fatal 

dents Accidents 



Bush Coal Co. 

C. & M. Coal Co. 

Capitol Coal Co. 

Chestnut Coal Co. 
No. 2 Slope 
No. 3 Slope 
No. 4 Slope 

Echo Coal Co. 

Fed Coal Co, 

Gea Coal Co. 
No. 1 Slope 
No. 2 Slope 



Total 



Total 



Gudelunas Coal Co. 
Kent Coal Co. 
L. & M. Coal Co. 
Mace Coal Co. 

No. 3 Slope 

No. 4 Slope 

Total 
Machesic & Crissinger 
Marquette Coal Co. 
Moore Coal Co. 

No. 3 Slope 

No. 4 Slope 

Total 
N. & L. Coal Co. 
North Side Coal Co. 
Pine Tree Coal Co. 

No. 2 Slope 

No. 3 Slope 

Total 
Raczkowskie & Sons 

No. 1 Slope 

No. 2 Slope 

Total 
Reed Mining Co. 
Rex Coal Co. 
Rocky Mountain Coal Co. 
Springfield Coal Co. 
Stan Coal Co. 

No. 4 Slope 

No. 5 Slope 

No. 6 Slope 



Swaap Coal Co. 

Taglieri Coal Co. 
No. 4 Slope 
No. 5 Slope 

Triple S Coal Co. 
W. & n. Coal Co. 
•est End Coal Co. 



Total 



Total 



DISTRICT 17 (Continued) 



Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumber 1 and 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 



Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 



District Total 



12 

470 
4 

,000 
200 
200 



3.400 



87 

124 



9,000 
9,196 



18,1?6 



2,630 
833 

300 



2,967 



2,967 



7,075 
4,944 



5,022 



5.022 



3,370 
4,542 

4,960 
-3L 



4,995 



3,429 
1.006 



4.435 



1,050 
474 

6,000 
787 



,000 
100 



26 
60 
65 

120 
60 

50 



250 
250 



278 

1% 

90 



m. 



253 
296 



265 



177 

260 



216 
125 



175 
85 



91 

51 
250 
138 

100 
50 



150 


75 


) 


_ 


_ 


1.250 




A 


_ 


- 


58 

50 
135 


77 

75 
60 


3 

3) 

) 


- 


- 


185 




3 


_ 


_ 


6,500 
100 
500 


260 
30 
50 


4 
2 
3 


- 


" 


98,013 


211 


119 


- 


1 



DISTRICT 18 



Blashock Coal Co. 
Broad Mountain Coal Co. 
Bushy Tract Coal Co. 
Butensky Coal Co. 

Orchard Slope 

Buck Slope 

Primrose Slope 



Total 



C. & J. Coal Co. 
Cooper Coal Co., 

D. & D. Coal Co. 



Adam 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



180 
1,600 
2,240 

950 

1,020 



1.970 



400 
400 
925 



38 
182 

240 

180 
85 
42 



150 
120 
185 



Company 



County 



Production 



Fatal 
Day* Acci- Non-fatal 

Worked Employes dents Accidents 



107 



DISTRICT 18 (Continued) 



D. & H. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

F. & W. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Frye Brothers Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Grigas Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Gorenty Coal Co. Schuylkill 

H. & F. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

K. & M. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Lone Star Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Markosky & Ponzurick Schuylkill 

Niadna Coal Co., Frank Schuylkill 

Olesky Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Peck Coal Co. Schuylkill 

R. G. & C. Coal Co. Schuylkill 
Reiseg & Chappell Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Romanosky Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Romanosky Partnership Schuylkill 

S. & W. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Skripnek Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Smith Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Smith Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Smith Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Three Par Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Three Star Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Williams Partnership Schuylkill 

District Total 



45 

15 

1,750 

2,600 

1,500 

160 

25 

350 

1,564 

1,479 

3,104 

400 

2,000 

665 

305 

65 

100 

35 

322 

535 

188 

220 

450 

6.240 



15 
12 

175 

130 

71 

93 

7 

144 

223 

120 

215 

167 

197 

76 

65 

27 

80 

20 

26 

108 

97 

75 

150 

250 



31,832 



121 



108 



A. & J. Coal Co. 

A. & Y. Partnership 
Andrews Partnership 

B. K. & T. Coal Co. 

B. & M. Coal Co. 
Bear Ridge Coal Co. 
Bernitsky & Stenulis Part. 

C. & F. Coal Co. 
C. & N. Coal Co. 

C. & V. Coal Co. 
Chukusky Coal Co. 
Cooper & Co. 
Cooper Partnership 

D. & G. Partnership 
Diamond Coal Co. 
Dudash Coal Co. 
Eagle Hill Coal Co. 
Eagle Hill Partnership 
Francis Coal Co. 
Furnival Partnership 
Gormas Coal Co. 
Gonna s Bros. Coal Co. 
Halaburda Coal Co. 
Hill Coal Co. 

Holmes Coal Co. 
Horvath Partnership 
K. H. & E. Coal Co. 
K. & M. Coal Co. 
Key sock & K linger Part. 
Klinger Coal Co. 
Kochmier Coal Co. 
Kochmier Partnership 
Kost Partnership 
M. & T. Partnership 
McElvaney Coal Co. 
Minarick Coal Co. 
N. & F. Partnership 
Ney Partnership 
Noyalas Coal Co. 
Orchard Coal Co. 
P. & D. Coal Co. 



] 


DISTRICT 1? 






Schuylkill 


320 


80 


2 


Schuylkill 


75 


30 


3 


Schuylkill 


312 


52 


2 


Schuylkill 


180 


45 


2 


Schuylkill 


990 


250 


3 


Schuylkill 


600 


165 


2 


Schuylkill 


4,800 


300 


4 


Schuylkill 


752 


180 


2 


Schuylkill 


880 


110 


3 


Schuylkill 


240 


90 


2 


Schuylkill 


- 


20 


2 


Schuylkill 


590 


118 


4 


Schuylkill 


250 


50 


3 


Schuylkill 


400 


100 


2 


Schuylkill 


150 


50 


2 


Schuylkill 


300 


61 


3 


Schuylkill 


372 


124 


4 


Schuylkill 


100 


25 


2 


Schuylkill 


300 


100 


2 


Schuylkill 


325 


70 


2 


Schuylkill 


175 


35 


2 


Schuylkill 


240 


40 


3 


Schuylkill 


2,225 


260 


3 


Schuylkill 


500 


104 


4 


Schuylkill 


755 


151 


2 


Schuylkill 


2,250 


200 


4 


Schuylkill 


250 


50 


3 


Schuylkill 


600 


120 


2 


Schuylkill 


700 


140 


3 


Schuylkill 


400 


80 


3 


Schuylkill 


420 


105 


3 


Schuylkill 


548 


137 


3 


Schuylkill 


250 


50 


2 


Schuylkill 


160 


40 


3 


Schuylkill 


1,190 


170 


3 


Schuylkill 


300 


100 


2 


Schuylkill 


70 


20 


2 


Schuylkill 


760 


152 


2 


Schuylkill 


4,896 


293 


3 


Schuylkill 


150 


30 


2 


Schuylkill 


675 


135 


4 



108 













Fatal 










Days 




Acci- 


Non-fatal 


Company 


Countv Production 


Worked 


Employes 


dents 


Accidents 




DISTR 


ICT 19 (Continued) 








P. H. & K. Partnership 


Schuylkill 


1,280 


160 


3 


. 


_ 


Partnership Coal Co. 














Primrose Slope 


Schuylkill 


270 


45 


4 


- 


- 


Partnership Coal Co. 














Primrose Slope No. 2 


Schuylkill 


120 


40 


3 


- 


- 


Peach Mountain Partnership 


Schuylkill 


580 


144 


3 


- 


- 


Peck Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


300 


50 


3 


- 


m 


Port Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


130 


25 


3 


- 


- 


Pure Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


40 


10 


2 


- 


- 


R. & L. Partnership 


Schuylkill 


560 


140 


2 


- 


- 


Renninger Partnership 


Schuylkill 


1,200 


200 


3 


- 


- 


S. & D. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


12 


2 


2 


- 


- 


S. & D. Partnership 


Schuylkill 


100 


20 


2 


- 


- 


S. & G. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


1,920 


180 


4 


- 


- 


S. k. & S. Partnership 


Schuylkill 


148 


49 


3 


- 


- 


S. & S. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


320 


80 


3 


- 


- 


Silver Creek Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


25 


8 


2 


- 


- 


Skrobak & Gall Partnership 


Schuylkill 


420 


70 


3 


- 


- 


Swilp Bros. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


350 


60 


3 


- 


- 


Swilp Partnership 


Schuylkill 


300 


50 


3 


- 


- 


Three Par Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


1,020 


170 


4 


- 


- 


Tracy Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


400 


80 


3 


- 


- 


V. L. & P. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


1,500 


190 


3 


- 


- 


Wade Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


160 


40 


3 


- 


- 


Yeneshosky Coal Co. 














Orchard Slope 


Schuylkill 


160 


20 


3 


- 


- 


Top Split Slope 


Schuylkill 

DISTI 


1.100 


190 


3. 


- 


- 


Total 


1.260 




6 


. 


- 


District Total 


41,865 
UCT 20 


104 


179 


1 


1 












A. & T. Coal Co. * 


Northumberland 


2,004 


178 


3 


„ 


„ 


A. T. & D. Coal Co. 


Columbia 


1,000 


200 


2 


- 


- 


Adaas Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


300 


104 


3 


- 


- 


Amarose Bros. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


1,450 


290 


4 


- 


- 


B. & B. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


4,750 


190 


4 


- 


- 


B. & E. Coal Co. 


Columbia 


- 


30 


4 


- 


- 


Bator Coal Co. * 


Northumberland 


565 


158 


2 


- 


1 


Brown Coal Co. * 


Northumberland 


240 


80 


2 


- 


- 


Burnrite Coal Co. 


Columbia 


550 


30 


4 


- 


- 


C. & G. Coal Co. 


Columbia 


1,375 


132 


3 


- 


- 


D. K. & M. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


12,727 


260 


4 


- 


- 


D. & N. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


380 


40 


3 


- 


- 


D. R. Z. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


1,500 


180 


3 


- 


- 


G. & M. Coal Co. 


Columbia 


880 


120 


3 


- 


- 


Gerayn Mining Co. 


Columbia 


4,957 


300 


4 


- 


1 


H. & G. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


750 


70 


3 


- 


- 


H. & 0. Coal Co. » 


Northumberland 


300 


40 


3 


- 


- 


J. & C. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


1,020 


160 


3 


- 


- 


J. & C. Coal Co. * 


Northumberland 


300 


90 


3 


- 


- 


J. J. J. Coal Co. * 


Northumberland 


1,328 


250 


3 


- 


- 


K. & D. Coal Co. * 


Northumberland 


2,400 


240 


3 


- 


- 


K. & G. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


240 


55 


3 


- 


- 


K. & L. Coal Co. * 


Northumberland 


- 


20 


2 


- 


- 


r. & P. Coal Co. • 


Northumberland 


4,000 


128 


4 


- 


- 


K. & P. Coal Co. * 


Columbia 


1,200 


60 


4 


- 


- 


Koschoff Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


2,400 


75 


3 


- 


- 


Koss Coal Co. * 


Northumberland 


6,166 


168 


3 


- 


- 


Kovach Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


450 


200 


2 


- 


- 


L. & B. Coal Co. • 


Northumberland 


70 


15 


2 


- 


- 


L. & E. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


1,500 


205 


2 


- 


- 


L. & Z. Coal Co. ♦ 


Northumberland 


200 


40 


3 


- 


- 


M. & H. Coal Co. • 


Northumberland 


% 


65 


3 


- 


- 


M. & M. Coal Co. • 


Columbia 


20 


20 


2 


- 


- 


M. 0. 0. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


30 


40 


3 


- 


- 


Mekosh Coal Co. • 


Columbia 


215 


240 


3 


- 


- 



Company 



CoyfrtY 



Production 



Days 

jbskid. 



Employes 



Fatal 

Acci- Non-fatal 

dents Accidents 



109 



DISTRICT 20 (Continued) 



N. & M. Coal Co. 

0. & M. Coal Co. 

Palmer Coal Co. 

Polcovich Coal Co. 

Poponiak Bros. Coal Co. 

Primrose Coal Co. 

R. & L. Coal Co. 

Raker Coal Co. 

Sejuit & Wisneskie Coal Co. 

Shoffler Coal Co. 

T. & J. Coal Co. 

•THE" Coal Co. 

Y. & F. Coal Co. 

Yasenchak & Co. 

Zlocki Coal Co. 

District Total 



Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Columbia 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 



2,035 

3,466 

3,405 

3,400 

1,800 

840 

967 

3,309 

1,536 

2,100 

220 

949 

2,242 

125 

1.350 



A. & B. Coal Co. 
Adams Coal Co. 
Ashland Coal Co. 

B. H. & L. Partnership 

B. Z. & D. Coal Co. 
Batz Coal Co. 
Bloch Coal Co. 

Buck Mountain Coal Co. 

C. F. & P. Coal Co. 
C. & K. Coal Co. 

C. & Y. Coal Co. 
Cherkis Partnership 

D. & K. Coal Co. 
D. & P. Coal Co. 
Diamond Coal Co. 
E.. B. & K. Coal Co. 
F. K. & R. Coal Co. 

F. & W. Coal Co. 

G. & B. Coal Co. 

G. F. & R. Coal Co. 
G. & K. Coal Co. 
Gordon Mountain Coal Co. 
H. & L. Coal Co. 
Harvey Coal Co. 
K. G. & P. Coal Co. 
K. & M. Coal Co. 
Karbar Coal Co. 
Kopentz Coal Co. 

Kopentz Slope 

No. 3 Slope 

Total 
Kulp Coal Co., Paul 
M. & P. Coal Co. 
Malusky Coal Co. 
Matz Coal Co. 

Minchoff & Weikel Coal Co. 
Neumeister Coal Co. 
Neumeister & Son Coal Co. 
Olenick Coal Co. 
P. & P. Coal Co. 
Reichwein & Beury Coal Co. 
Rickert Brothers Coal Co. 
Runn Coal Co. 
S. & B. Coal Co. 
Seanawaitis Bros. Coal Co. 
Selkirk Coal Co. 
Siminitus Coal Co. 
Sorokach Coal Co. 
Starinsky & Leonas Part. 
Studlack Partnership 



83,107 



DISTRICT 21 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



1,472 
140 
600 
784 

2,500 
83 
576 
630 
450 
550 
36 

2,700 
260 

3,000 

1,244 

600 

60 

1,715 
140 
108 
234 

1,625 

40 

231 

1,050 

2,880 
600 

650 

600 



li250 



230 
240 
200 
170 
200 
180 

96 
106 
223 
210 

60 
144 
200 

50 
185 



144 



164 

57 

120 

200 

160 

20 

90 

180 

110 

105 

8 

260 

56 

250 

112 

92 

30 

148 

40 

18 

64 

130 

20 

90 

105 

240 

200 

120 
130 



110 


60 


91 


78 


3,750 


250 


650 


161 


31 


8 


225 


45 


616 


95 


3,287 


242 


324 


65 


300 


50 


2,000 


185 


520 


55 


250 


50 


.6,400 


275 


102 


18 


1,647 


168 


765 


150 


100 


80 


740 


200 



155 



110 



Company 



County 



Production 



Days 

■orked 



BmUxm 



Fatal 

Acci- Non-fatal 



DISTRICT 21 (Continued) 



Tomalavage Coal Co. Schuylkill 

•aniski Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Z. & M. Coal Co. Schuylkill 
Zukowski Coal Co. 

Little Diamond Slope Schuylkill 

Peach Mountain Slope Schuylkill 
Total 

District Total 



120 

3,072 

300 



DISTRICT 22 



A. & S. Coal Co. 
Abrasonis Coal Co. 
Aaerican Coal Co. 

B. & D. Coal Co. 
B. & D. Coal Co. 
B. & E. Coal Co. 

B. & J. Coal Co. 

C. & G. Coal Co. 
Charnick Coal Co. 

D. F. & U. Coal Co. 
D. & H. Coal Co. 

D. & K. Coal Co. 
Dyszel Coal Co. 
Dyszel Coal Co. 
Dyszel Coal Co. 

F. & S. Coal Co. 

G. F. B. & G. Coal Co. 
G. D. & S. Coal Co. 
Gaughan Coal Co. 

H. & R. Coal Co. 

J. & D. Coal Co. 

Low Ash Coal Co. 

H. K. & Z. Coal Co. 

M. Q. & U. Coal Co. 

Miller Coal Co. 

Mince Coal Co. 

R. & P. Mining Co. 

R. & N. Coal Co. 

Red Coal Co. 

S. A. S. Coal Co. 

S. & K. Coal Co. 

Schlader & Reichwein 

Saith Coal Co. 

Urban Bros. Coal Co. 

Vinskie Coal Co. 

Vinskie & Hendricks Coal 

White Coal Co. 

Y. & Y. Coal Co. 

Zukus Coal Co., Charles 



Columbia 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Schuylkill 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Schuylkill 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Schuylkill 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Co.Schuylkill 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Columbia 



850 

2,182 
428 
242 
866 

1,100 

288 

71 

5,154 
200 

1,280 
320 
307 

3,100 

1,300 

900 

50 

2,355 

2,760 
965 
950 
980 

2,500 
70 

2,004 
450 

1,755 
600 
145 
360 

2,975 
595 
10 
50 
75 
14 
400 

250 



District Total 



38,901 



DISTRICT 23 



K. Coal Co. 

T. Coal Co. 

B. Coal Co. 

D. Coal Co. 
& S. Coal Co. 

D. Coal Co. 

M. Coal Co. 
Clayberger & Co. 
Doyle, Cletus 
Else, Charles 
Gryskiewicz, Fred 
H. & H. Coal Co. 
H. K. & H. Coal Co. 
J. B. Coal Co. 



Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 



60 

398 

1,389 

950 

1,404 

240 

1,413 

400 

40 

1,468 

1,639 

20 

1,700 

700 



55 
192 

120 



81 

260 

120 

42 

80 

180 

90 

15 

209 

40 

160 

40 

53 

290 

120 

90 

10 

181 

276 

150 

150 

256 

140 

49 

236 

150 

117 

200 

30 

59 

185 

100 

4 

20 

65 

20 

60 

15 

50 



118 



25 

50 

100 

240 

180 

40 

249 

80 

60 

165 

100 

30 

218 

120 



122 
48 


30 
15 


2 

2 


- 


- 


170 




4 


_ 


_ 


61,128 


118 


162 


- 


3 



129 



G—BX 



county 



Production 



Days 
Worked 



Employes 



Fatal 

Acci- Non-fatal 

dents Accidents 



111 



K. & L. Coal Co. 
K. & K. Coal Co. 
K. & S. Coal Co. 
Kopitsky Brothers 
Kozar Coal Co. 
Little Coal Co. 
Lone Pine Coal Co. 
Maple Coal Co. 
Mayton Brothers 
Olsenevich & Mausley 
Olbrish Brothers 
P. & R. Coal Co. 
Perles, John 
Petro Coal Co. 
R. 0. & Y. Coal Co. 
Raaph, Melvin 
Redd, Joseph 

No. 4 Vein Slope 

No. 10 Vein Slope 

Total 
Sanders Coal Co. 
White & Seik 
Wilk Coal Co. 
Witkoski Coal Co. 
Wolfgang, Paul 
Yanik Brothers 
Zigarski Coal Co. 

Buck Mountain Vein Slope 

No. 10 Vein Slope 

Total 

District Total 



A. F. M. Coal Co. 

Boslego Coal Co. 

Carl Coal Co. 

Czech Brothers Coal Co. 

D. & D. Coal Co. 

Dean Coal Co. 

Dreibelbies Mining Co. 

Dugan Coal Co. 

R. & S. Coal Co. 

Eldy Coal Co. 

Flame Coal Co. 

Four Partners Coal Co. 

Grego & Deitz Coal Co. 

Gripp Coal Co. 

Jereaiah Partnership 

K. G. & L. Mining Co. 

K. & L. Coal Co. 

K. & Z. Coal Co. 

Kers tetter & Weikel 

Kilo Brothers Coal Co. 

L. & G. Coal Co. 

L. & Z. Coal Co. 

Linda Mining Co. 

Morata Coal Co. 

P. & S. Coal Co. 

P. & T. Coal Co. 

R. & P. Coal Co. 

Radziewicz Brothers 

Reidinger Coal Mining Co. 
No. 8 Vein Slope 
No. 8 Vein Bot. Slope 
Total 

Shumock Co., George 



DISTR 



Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
N ort number 1 and 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Schuylkill 

Nort number 1 and 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 



ICT 23 (Continued) 
48 



200 
2,122 

420 
260 

1,800 

4,280 
30 

2,800 
750 
620 

2,470 
350 
250 

2,400 

2,000 
JL50_ 



2»150 



2,540 
120 
1,700 
2,410 
1,800 
2,800 



DISTRICT 24 



296 

175 

210 

250 

250 

270 

20 

280 

75 

120 

247 

32 

70 

60 

200 

208 
30 



278 
150 
140 
260 
180 
280 



800 
60 


200 
30 


2 

2 


- 


- 


860 




4 


_ 


- 


44,953 


158 


118 


- 


2 



Northumberland 


2,200 


220 


4 


Northumberland 


45 


6 


4 


Nort humber 1 and 


2,460 


180 


4 


Nor thumb er 1 and 


2,480 


208 


4 


Northumberland 


50 


30 


3 


Northumberland 


2,224 


190 


4 


Northumberland 


1,250 


200 


4 


Northumberland 


5,141 


252 


4 


Northumberland 


20 


20 


2 


Northumberland 


4,020 


208 


4 


Northumberland 


2,085 


200 


3 


Nort humber 1 and 


4,945 


265 


4 


Northumberland 


3,300 


275 


4 


Northumberland 


5,678 


243 


4 


Northumberland 


810 


110 


3 


Northumberland 


1,840 


218 


3 


Northumberland 


300 


52 


3 


Northumberland 


280 


70 


3 


Northumberland 


910 


77 


4 


Northumberland 


530 


170 


2 


Northumberland 


520 


150 


3 


Northumberland 


3,610 


180 


4 


Northumberland 


310 


230 


3 


Northumberland 


3,970 


190 


4 


Northumberland 


960 


160 


2 


Northumberland 


1,000 


200 


2 


Northumberland 


4,320 


240 


4 


Northumberland 


1,512 


248 


3 


Northumberland 


620 


60 


4 


Northumberland 


124 


56 


3 



744 



Northumberland 



15 



112 



Company 



County 



Production 



Days 

Jojrk£d_ 



Employes 



Fatal 
Acci- 
dents 



Non-fatal 
Accidents 



DISTRICT 24 (Continued; 



Thin Vein Coal Co. 

No. 1 Slope 

No. 2 Slope 

Total 
Valley Coal Co. 
Wallick Brothers Coal Co. 
Worhacz & Appel Co. 

District Total 



Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 



Batz Coal Co. 
Dombrosky Co., Albert 
Falls Coal Co. 
Fasnacht Coal Co. 
Faust Coal Co., Charles 

No. 1 Slope 

No. 2 Slope 

Total 



Fay-Mar Coal Co. 
Fegley Coal Co., Ernest 
Haldeman Coal Co. 
Herring-Smith-Frew Coal Co. 
Huth Coal Co. 
Klinger Coal Co. 

Peach Mountain Slope 

Tracy Slope 

Total 
Knorr & Geist 
Knorr Coal Co., Leroy 
Koons & Reber Coal Co. 
Koperna Co., Frank 
Koperna Coal Co. 
M. W. S. Coal Co. 
Mervine & Sabatine Coal Co. 
Minnichbach Coal Co. 
Mountain Top Coal Co. 
Ray Coal Co. 
S. & F. Coal Co. 
S. S. & M. Coal Co. 
Sharp Mountain Coal Co. 
Viola Coal Co., Victor 
Weihrauch's, Frank 

District Total 



336 

1.008 


48 

144 


) 
3) 


- 


- 


1.344 




3 


_ 


_ 


430 

2,720 

498 


86 
140 

67 


4 
4 

2 


\ 


m 


62,506 


166 


117 


- 


1 



DISTRICT 25 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



972 
1,563 
3,825 

8,880 
168 



9.048 



142 
116 

9,330 
60 

1,750 

2,148 
250 



2.398 



3,210 
1,690 

312 
1,068 
4,354 
6,692 
4,620 

514 
2,704 
2,270 
6,270 
4,780 
4,210 
6,736 

840 



79,474 



7 


3 


175 


3 


245 


3 


254 


3 



296 
42 



164 
38 



172 



34 


2 


32 


2 


311 


4 


20 


3 


200 


3 



165 


4 


88 


4 


46 


2 


82 


3 


241 


4 


282 


4 


125 


4 


74 


3 


250 


3 


218 


3 


260 


4 


250 


4 


250 


3 


260 


4 


130 


1 



89 



Asciotti Coal Co. 
B. & G. Coal Co. 
B. & H. Coal Co. 
B. & N. Coal Co. 
Biskupics & Co. 
Bologa & Co. 
Boner & Webb Coal Co. 
Brinsko Coal Co. 
Brokenshire & Co. 
Chuppasko & Semanco 
D. & S. Coal Co. 
Fegley Bros. Coal Co. 
Forgotsch Bros. 
H. & M. Coal Co. 
JEB Coal Co. 
K. & K. Coal Co. 
Kluchinsky & Co. 
Lazo Coal Co. 
Matrishin & Co. 
Mockinick & Co. 
Moran & Co. 
Oloan & Co. 



1 


DISTRICT 26 


Schuylkill 


450 


Schuylkill 


560 


Schuylkill 


100 


Schuylkill 


1,100 


Schuylkill 


750 


Schuylkill 


750 


Schuylkill 


50 


Schuylkill 


100 


Schuylkill 


2,786 


Schuylkill 


300 


Schuylkill 


3,185 


Schuylkill 


50 


Schuylkill 


2,369 


Schuylkill 


2,669 


Schuylkill 


600 


Schuylkill 


100 


Schuylkill 


50 


Schuylkill 


800 


Schuylkill 


1,096 


Schuylkill 


100 


Schuylkill 


1,731 


Schuylkill 


677 



90 


4 


100 


3 


50 


3 


210 


3 


140 


3 


150 


3 


30 


3 


20 


3 


292 


4 


110 


2 


210 


4 


50 


4 


304 


4 


250 


4 


150 


3 


60 


3 


30 


2 


160 


3 


266 


3 


50 


3 


214 


3 


246 


3 













Fatal 










Days 




Acci- 


Non-fatal 


Company 


County Production 


Worked 


Employes 


dents 


Accidents 




DISTRICT 28 (Continued 








K. W. & J. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


5,422 


220 


4 


_ 


_. 


Kerstetter Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


3,360 


192 


4 


- 


- 


Kulpmont Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


13,109 


251 


4 


. 


- 


L. & L. Coal Co. 


Nor t number 1 and 


2,253 


119 


3 


- 


. 


L. & S. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


1,500 


185 


4 


- 


- 


Lotus Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


3,770 


275 


3 


- 


- 


M. G. & S. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


6,010 


259 


4 


- 


- 


Mattis Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


7,203 


251 


4 


- 


- 


Maurer Mine, Paul 


Northumberland 


11,742 


232 


4 


- 


- 


Maurer Mine, Raymond 


Northumberland 


9,000 


292 


4 


- 


1 


R. & Z. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


237 


76 


3 


- 


- 


Royal Mining Co. 


Northumberland 


- # 


10 


2 


- 


- 


S. & M. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


3,750 


250 


4 


- 


- 


South Mountain Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


7,400 


295 


4 


- 


- 


Stellar Brothers Coal Co. 














No. 1 Slope 


Northumberland 


5,136 


210 


4 


- 


- 


No. 2 Slope 


Northumberland 
Northumberland 


1.700 


125 


4 


- 


_ 


Total 


6.836 




8 


. 


. 


Sun Coal Co. 


4,000 


200 


4 


. 


. 


Twin Oaks Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


2,160 


231 


4 


- 


- 


W. & S. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 
al 

DISTR 


6.000 


250 


4 


. 


. 


District Tot 


168,955 


213 


127 


- 


1 




[CT 29 










A. B. Coal Mine 


Northumberland 


1,894 


125 


3 


- 


- 


A. & W. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


2,450 


260 


3 


- 


- 


B. & B. Coal Co. 


N or th umber 1 and 


4,596 


100 


4 


- 


- 


B. K. P. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


3,208 


299 


4 


- 


- 


B. & 0. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


304 


70 


2 


- 


- 


B. & L. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


1,796 


263 


3 


- 


- 


Blue Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


2,986 


178 


3 


- 


- 


Boots Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


290 


80 


2 


- 


- 


Boscolovich Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


2,876 


150 


3 


- 


- 


Bridy Coal Slope 


Northumberland 


4,684 


200 


4 


- 


1 


C. & S. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


399 


63 


3 


- 


- 


Char-Will Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


2,922 


200 


3 


- 


- 


Corcoran & Yuhas Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


1,550 


196 


3 


- 


- 


D. & D. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


424 


19 


3 


- 


- 


D. & T. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


1,295 


183 


2 


- 


- 


D. D. Z. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


1,890 


225 


3 


- 


- 


Derek & Wagner Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


114 


29 


2 


- 


- 


Eureka Coal Co. 


Nor t h umber 1 and 


2,500 


200 


3 


- 


- 


Garfield Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


540 


87 


2 


- 


- 


Goat Hill Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


139 


32 


2 


- 


- 


H. & S. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


1,890 


270 


2 


- 


- 


J. & K. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


2,888 


280 


3 


- 


- 


Joe Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


590 


90 


3 


- 


- 


K. & G. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


3,972 


296 


4 


- 


1 


K. H. K. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


3,817 


311 


3 


- 


- 


K. & Z. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


3,692 


284 


3 


- 


- 


Kaleta Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


4,800 


220 


4 


- 


- 


L. & M. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


2,668 


240 


3 


- 


- 


Lashendock & Glowaski 


Northumberland 


2,693 


190 


3 


- 


- 


Long & Long Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


924 


83 


3 


- 


- 


M. & Y. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


744 


109 


2 


- 


- 


Mattis Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


1,710 


91 


3 


- 


- 


McBab Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


3,280 


245 


2 


- 


- 


Miller Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


2,918 


253 


3 


- 


- 


Moroz Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


350 


60 


2 


- 


- 


Motto Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


2,890 


286 


2 


- 


- 


Nahodil Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


114 


19 


2 


- 


- 


Nat Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


70 


20 


3 


- 


- 


0. & B. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


195 


45 


2 


- 


- 


P. S. V. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


2,518 


126 


4 


- 


- 


Petrovich Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


2,680 


240 


3 


- 


- 


Pisarz Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


86 


42 


2 


- 


- 


Plymouth Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


491 


95 


2 


- 


- 


Primrose Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


956 


154 


2 


- 


- 


R. K. D. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


38 


24 


3 


- 


- 



113 



114 













Fatal 










Days 




Acci- 


Non-fatal 


Comoanv 


Countv Production 


Worked 


EmDloves 


dents 


Accidents 




DISTRICT 26 (Continued) 








S. & S. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


2,190 


220 


4 


„ 


m 


S. S. & Z. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


300 


60 


3 


- 


m 


S*bol & Co. 


Schuylkill 


147 


60 


3 


. 


m 


Sabol & Co. 


Schuylkill 


360 


90 


3 


- 


- 


Siaoes & Co. 














Buck Mountain Slope 


Schuylkill 


200 


22 


3 


. 


. 


Skidmore Slope 


Schuylkill 


??3 


43 


3 


. 


- 


Total 




493 




6 


- 


m 


Sluck Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


400 


50 


4 


- 


- 


Smith Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


600 


150 


3 


• 


- 


Soucheck & Co. 


Schuylkill 


700 


150 


3 


- 


. 


Styka Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


1,446 


210 


3 


- 


- 


Taxis & Co. 


Schuylkill 


40 


60 


3 


• 


. 


■adleigh Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


3,686 


240 


4 


- 


- 


■alters Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


692 


60 


4 


- 


1 


Mhytko Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 
al 


475 


120 


4 


_ 


_ 


District Tot 


31,902 


136 


117 


- 


1 




DISTRICT 27 










A. & M. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


720 


102 


3 


. 


m 


B. & N. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


1,050 


70 


4 


- 


- 


Beaver Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


860 


110 


4 


- 


- 


Bolich Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


1,240 


120 


3 


- 


- 


Colket Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


6,000 


300 


4 


- 


- 


Crossroads Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


- 


81 


3 


- 


- 


Dambinski Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


1,272 


189 


3 


- 


- 


Fay-Mar Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


357 


84 


3 


- 


- 


Fetterolf Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


3,100 


168 


4 


- 


1 


G. & T. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


3,800 


200 


4 


- 


- 


H. & M. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


3,658 


287 


3 


- 


- 


H. & S. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


7,600 


273 


4 


- 


- 


Haas Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


1,175 


105 


4 


- 


- 


K. & S. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


2,202 


240 


4 


- 


• 


Klinger Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


4,480 


271 


3 


- 


- 


Knorr Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


2,800 


140 


3 


- 


- 


Roperna Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


4,500 


250 


3 


- 


- 


Makarczyk Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


2,060 


206 


4 


- 


- 


Mataka Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


860 


103 


4 


- 


- 


Mickey Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


2,052 


216 


4 


- 


1 


S. & M. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


3,200 


180 


4 


- 


- 


Tokarchek Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


725 


280 


3 


- 


1 


Matcher Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 
al 

DISTF 


2.000 


246 


3 


_ 


_ 


District Tot 


55,711 


183 


81 


- 


3 




tICT 28 










A. F. & M. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


116 


14 


3 


«. 


„ 


Adam Coal Co. 














No. 1 Slope 


Northumberland 


760 


30 


4 


- 


- 


No. 3 Slope 


Northuaber 1 and 

Northumberland 


150 


75 


) 


- 


- 


Total 


910 




4 


- 


- 


B. & B. Coal Co. 


12,500 


260 


4 


- 


- 


B. & C. Coal Co. 


Northumberl and 


2,015 


241 


3 


- 


- 


Bell Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


4,636 


240 


3 


- 


- 


C. & M. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


4,132 


265 


4 


- 


.- 


Collier Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


111 


93 


3 


- 


- 


D. & J. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


7,814 


261 


4 


- 


- 


Dallabrida Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


6,950 


211 


4 


- 


- 


E. & I. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


3,920 


100 


4 


- 


- 


Fetterolf Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


8,762 


287 


4 


- 


- 


Foura Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


4,500 


240 


4 


- 


- 


Garcia Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


10,205 


300 


4 


- 


- 


Gusick Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


4,036 


230 


4 


- 


- 


Harry's Coal Co. 














No. 2 Slope 


Northumberland 


3,677 


189 


4 


- 


- 


No. 3 Slope 


Northumberland 


919 


47 


) 


- 


- 


Total 


4,596 




4 


- 


- 















Fatal 












Days 




Acci- 


Non-fatal 


Comoanv 




County Production 


Worked 


Employes 


dents 


Accidents 






DISTR 


ICT 29 (Continued) 








Rocky Side Coal Co. 




Northumberland 


3,830 


220 


3 


_ 


_ 


Royal Coal Co. 




Northumberland 


1,240 


140 


3 


- 


- 


Royal Oak Coal Co. 




Northumberland 


490 


79 


2 


- 


- 


S. & H. Coal Co. 




Northumberland 


3,500 


260 


3 


_ 


- 


S. & S. Coal Co. 




Northumberland 


2,039 


202 


3 


_ 


_ 


Shady Side No. 1 Coal 


Co. 


Northumberl and 


3,818 


216 


3 


- 


- 


Shady Side No. 2 Coal 


Co. 


Northumberland 


342 


96 


2 


- 


- 


Shurock Coal Co. 




Northumberland 


2,620 


180 


3 


_ 


- 


Soroka & Merena Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


1,800 


250 


2 


. 


. 


Stag Coal Co. 




Northumberland 


2,190 


186 


3 


_ 


. 


Star Coal Co. 




Northumberland 


2,518 


127 


3 


- 


- 


T. & W. Coal Co. 




Northumberland 


820 


84 


3 


_ 


- 


Trevorton Coal Co. 




Northumberland 


4,054 


265 


3 


- 


_ 


W. B. W. Coal Co. 




Northumberland 


1,667 


190 


3 


- 


_ 


W. W. H. Coal Co. 




Northumberland 


950 


133 


3 


- 


- 


W. & W. Coal Co. 




Northumberland 


946 


132 


3 


- 


_ 


Warren Coal Co. 




Northumberland 


600 


100 


3 


- 


. 


West Point Coal Co. 




Northumberland 


2,624 


260 


3 


_ 


- 


Yankoski & Koshinski 




Northumberland 


311 


49 


2 


- 


- 


Yuhas Coal Co. 




Northumberland 


807 


129 


3 


. 


- 


Zarick Coal Co. 


t Tot 


Northumberland 
ll 


318 


76 


2 


- 


- 


Distric 


121,315 


164 


183 


. 


2 



115 



DISTRICT 30 



Anspach & Umbenhauer Coal Co. 

L.V. No. 2 Vein Slope #1 Schuylkill 

L.V. No. 2 Vein Slope #2 Schuylkill 
Total 

B. & C. Coal Co. Schuylkill 
B. & K. Coal Co. 

L.V. No. 2 Vein Slope #1 Schuylkill 

L.V. No. 2 Vein Slope #2 Schuylkill 
Total 

B. R. T. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Bonawitz Coal Co., Daniel Schuylkill 

East Kalmia Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Etzweiler Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Herring & Reichert Coal Co. Schuylkill 

J. & S. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

K. B. H. K. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

K. & N. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Keffers Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Kintzel Brothers Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Kulp Coal Co., Paul Schuylkill 

Kulp Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Lehman Coal Co. Schuylkill 

M. B. G. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Madenford Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Renninger & Thompson Coal Schuylkill 

Sallada Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Stump Coal Co., F. B. Schuylkill 



75 
165 


60 
65 


-) 
2) 


- 


- 


240 




2 


. 


_ 


5,552 

_ «* 
500 


295 

8 
78 


3 

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3) 


- 


- 


500 




3 


. 


- 



2,700 
3,150 
80 
6,253 
1,691 
1,440 

954 
6,480 

165 
3,859 

324 

235 
1,920 
3,900 
2,453 
1,167 
2,150 
1,803 



225 


4 


209 


3 


78 


2 


265 


3 


250 


3 


189 


3 


200 


4 


270 


3 


142 


3 


265 


4 


80 


3 


60 


3 


292 


4 


260 


3 


154 


4 


150 


3 


145 


4 


245 


3 



District Total 



47,016 



196 



67 



Division Total 



1,073,150 



153 1,978 



23 



NOTEx * Mines finished. 

# Trial slope - no production. 
** Retimbering Slope 



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TABLE # 5 
SUMMARY BY COUNTIES 
TYPE OF WELLS REPORTED DRILLED 
JANUARY - DECEMBER, 1963 



129 



County 



Total Wells 
Drilled Gas 



Gas 
& Oil 



Oil Storage Intake Dry 



Waste Salt Water 
Disposal & Other Test 



Allegheny 
Armstrong 


4 
59 


4 
55 


_ 


1 


Bedford 

Bradford 

Butler 


11 

2 

17 


10 
5 


3 


6 


Cambria 

Cameron 

Clarion 

Clearfield 

Clinton 

Crawford 


1 
2 

26 
6 
2 

23 


1 

18 

3 

1 
17 


2 


2 

1 


Elk 
Erie 


7 
15 


12 


3 


2 


Fayette 
Forest 


5 
9 


5 
2 


- 


7 


Greene 


10 


5 


1 


- 


Indiana 


98 


93 


- 


- 


Jefferson 


30 


22 


- 


- 


Lawrence 


1 


- 


- 


- 


McKean 
Mercer 


152 
4 


4 

1 


3 


82 


Potter 


4 


- 


- 


4 


Somerset 


1 


1 


- 


- 


Tioga 


3 


- 


- 


- 


Venango 


32 


3 


1 


19 


Warren 

Washington 

Westmoreland 


170 
14 
41 


l 

7 

32 


17 


144 



cl 



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749 



302 30 268 



65 



74 



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SUMMARY BY COUNTIES AND COMPANIES OF PILLAR PERMITS ISSUED 

JANUARY - DECEMBER, 1963 



Company Sobj-h groUt, Total 



ft 



Allegheny Pittsburgh Coal Company 

Allegheny River Mining Company 

Bethlehem Mines Corporation 

Cherry Run Fuel Company 

Crichton Coal and Coke Company 

Gateway Coal Company 

Harcliff Mining Company 

Harmar Coal Company 

Hill man Coal and Coke Company 

Jamison Coal Company 

Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation 

Lady Jane Collieries, Inc. 

Leechburg Mining Company 

Maiden Mining Company 

Marco Coal Company 

Mather Collieries 

Mathies Coal Company 

Pennsylvania Coal and Coke Company 

Pittsburgh Coal Company 

Republic Steel Corporation 

Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Company 

United Industries Incorporated 

United States Steel Corporation 



- 


4 

1 








1 




12 


1 


1 
4 

12 
1 
1 

14 
1 
9 
1 
2 
5 


9 


1 


- 


- 


14 

1 
5 


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- 


2 


— 


3 


1 
1 


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1 
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1 
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2 

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9 


3 


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2 


2 

1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


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6 


- 


8 


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TOTAL 22 20 1 3 28 3 2 26 3 108 



OIL AND GAS COKSFRVATION COMMISSION 137 

ANNUAL REPORT 1963 

PREFATORY REMARKS AND EXPLANATION 



APFLICABILJTY 

'•11116 interpretation as to the applicability of the Oil and 
Gas Conservation Law is at times complex, it can be said that all wells 
covered by the Law are drilled for the production of oil or gas to a 
depth of JSOQ feet, or more, '-."here the top of the Onondaga Horizon, of 
Middle Devonian Age, is in excess of 3?00 feet, deeper wells not penetrating 
the top of this horizon are excluded ^rorn coverage under the Law. 

Vhile the number o^ wells covered by the Law represents only 
a small percentage of the wells drilled in the Commonwealth, it should 
be noted that the costs associated with such drilling are disproportionately 
large. The deeper wells contemplate larger acreages, and, accordingly, 
high leasehold expense, more extensive preparatory costs such as those 
for geophysical exploration, geological studies, surveys, mapping and 
legal expense. Almost all of the wells covered by the Law are drilled 
by the rotary method, involving heavy and expensive equipment. Completion 
costs, and those for hole surveys, hydraulic fracture or other treatment, 
are also comparatively large. 



SCOPE OF REPORT 

Only such wells as are covered by the Oil and Gas Conservation 
Law are included in this report. 

The Annual Report for I963 is a record of the first full calendar 
year of operations under the Oil and Gas Conservation Law (Public Law 875 
of 1961), effective September 25, I96I, and the Rules and Regulations 
promulgated thereunder by the Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, effect- 
ive April 1, 1962. 

Since the history of the Law begins so recently, it would 
seem that any annual report should include data with respect to it3 
operations from the beginning of effective jurisdiction. Accordingly, 
the report consists of a continuing record showing the number of wells 
currently under Commission authority, and including wells over which 
control of physical operations has been relinquished due to plugging and 
abandonment operations, but where filing requirements continue in effect 
for the accumulation of complete records of all wells which were or are 
under Commission jurisdiction. The record of current year drilling permits 
:s set out separately. 



138 ANNUAL REPORT I963 

(Continued) 

SCOPE OF REPORT (Continued) 

Completion reports filed during any one year cover many wells 
for which permits were issued during the preceding year. An accurate 
survey of operations for any one year, accordingly, must contemplate 
drilling permits issued during the preceding year and completion reports 
filed in year following. It should be noted that completion reports 
covering dry wells tend to be filed at later dates than those for success- 
ful wells. 

CLASSIFICATION AS TO DRY '^ELLS OR PRODUCTIVE '/ELLS 

The determinations as to dry or productive wells are made 
solely on the basis of completion reports filed by operators, and are 
based on the initial daily open flow and rock pressure. Current or total 
production from any one well is but seldom reported to the Commission. 
Accordingly, it must be assumed that many wells reported to be productive 
are not profitable wells. 

Similarly, it is recognized that some wells reported to be 
productive may have proven to be incapable of production under existing 
well, field or pipeline conditions, and are possibly being held for further 
treatment, deepening, or improvement in conditions to make production 
possible. In a like manner, operators of wells having virtually completed 
their cycle of production may be slow in making plans for abandonment 
due to a possible eventuality which may permit some additional production . 
The classifications, "Active" or "Productive" wells, accordingly, must 
of certainty include wells that are not in steady production. 

RECLASSIFICATION 



Two wells, originally reported to be productive of gas, were 
found, upon being put to test, to be incapable of production, and were 
abandoned. They are included, as reported, as productive wells under the 
heading. Well Record Information, and are intended to be adjusted when 
the figures are carried forward to a subsequent report. The two wells 
are reclassified, however, under the heading, Classification by Commission, 
where they are included as dry wells. 



CYCLE CF PRODUCTION 

It is significant that only one well has been reported as of 
the end of I963 as having been productive, thence depleted, and finally 
abandoned. It was reported to the Commission that this well produced only 
23,000,000 cubic feet, or about $6,325 worth of gas, but the well is 
rated initially as a productive well without any later reclassification. 



ANNUAL REPORT 1963 139 

(Continued) 



CYCLE OF PRODUCTION (Continued) 

The cumulative record of productive wells, as they are depleted 
and plugged in the future, with a study of the periods during which they 
were productive, will eventually develop valuable statistics. 



DESIGNATION AS TO WILDCAT OR FIELD WELL 

As to classification by the Commission into "wildcat" or "field" 
wells, it should be noted that each well is so rated when the drilling 
permit is issued for the purpose of determining the required filing date 
for survey logs. 

The Commission has adopted a policy in favor of classification 
as a wildcat well in each instance where doubt exists as to the rating, 
because it is recognized by the Commission that those operators who are 
willing to pay for the costs of exploration, and do so, should be entitled 
to time during which they may evaluate their results, and plan for possible 
further operations, before they should be required to make public the detail 
of their hole surveys. 

The classification is made by the Secretary with the consideration 
of distances and trends from productive wells previously drilled, usually 
without regard to specific geological influences. The classifications are 
checked from time to time with general opinion in the industry, and, with 
due notation that the policy favors designation as wildcat wells where there 
is doubt, may be considered to be reasonably accurate in the aggregate. 



DISCOVERY '-ELLS 



Not all productive wells rated as wildcats prove to be important 
discoveries. For this reason such wells are listed and described separately 
in this report. 



140 



OIL ANE GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



ANNUAL REPORT 1963 



STATUS 

1961-62 1963 

PERMITS PERMITS 


TOTAL PERMITS 
SINCE BEGINNING 


(All as of end of I963) 




90 (♦) 94 


184 


__2 _2 


12 


87 85 


172 



Drilling Permits Issued 

Cancelations 

Wells Drilled or To Be Drilled 

(*) Permits issued since September 25, 1961, the effective date of the Conservation Law. 
No permit fees were charged for 36 Drilling Permits issued prior to April 1, 1962, 
the effective date of the Rules and Regulations. 



Completion Report Status 

Reports Received 83 59 142 

Unreported as of end of I963 4 26 30 

Wall Record Information 

Wells Productive of Gas 36 42 78 

Dry Wells 40 14 54 

Wells Plugged Back (**) 7 3 10 

(**) Walls having penetrated formations covered by the Oil and Gas Conservation Law, 
found to be unproductive, thence plugged back to produce gas from shallow for- 
mations not covered by the Law. 

Plugging Information 

Dry Holes - Plugged 37 12 49 

Productive Wells - 

Produced and Plugged, or 2 1 3 

Reclassified and Plugged 

Wells Plugged Back (**as above) 7 3 10 



141 



ANNUAL REPORT I963 
(Continued) 



STATUS 
1961-62 

PERMITS 



1963 

PFR.VIT5 



TOTAL PERKITS 
SINCE BEGINNING 



(All as of end of 1963) 
Active '-fells Under Commission Jurisdiction (**) 



Wells Productive of Gas 


36 




42 




78 




Less Productive Wells - 














Produced and Plugged 


1 








1 




Reclassified and Plugged 


1 




1 




2 




Jurisdiction over Productive Wells 


34 




41 




75 




Dry I* lis to be Plugged 


3 




2 




5 




Active '/fells Unreported 


1* 




26 




_30 




Total Jurisdiction Active Wells 


41 




_69 




110 




Classification by Commission 


WILDCAT 


•-ELLS 




FIELD 


WELLS 






Gas 


Dry 




Gas 


Dry 




1961 Permits (**) 


1 


11 




4 


3 




1962 Permits (**) 


7 


27 




23 


7 




1963 Permits (**) 


11 


11 




30 


7 





(**) '/fells plugged back to produce from shallow formations, as described under Veil Reco:-d 
Information, are classified in above tables and for Commission purposes to be dry. 



Number of Operators 

By Year 

Cumulative Since 9-25-61 
(Effective date of law) 



1961 


1962 


1963 


12 


22 


24 


12 


26 


38 



142 



ANNUAL REPORT I963 
(Continued) 



T ,>iELL SURVEY LOGS 

Temperature, electric and radioactivity logs actually made 
by operators are required to be filed after completion of well: within 
90 days for wildcat or exploratory wells, within one year for field 
or development wells. All such logs filed, together with drillers 
logs, well location information and completion reports are kept on file 
in the public records of the Commission. 



1961 



Number of Survey Logs Tiled 
Number of '-fells Surveyed 



1962 
72 
33 



TOTAL 

15*» 

63 



$2,350.00 



STATEMENT OF INCOME - I963 

A fee of $25.00 is charged for each Drilling Permit. 

Drilling Permits Issued 9* 

A fee of $250.00 is charged for each Spacing Order Application 

Spacing Order Applications 5 1,250.00 

A fee of $100.00 is charged for each Integration Order Application 

Integration Order Application 1 100.00 

Total Income 



$3,700.00 



MEETINGS OF COMMISSIONERS 

During I963 the Board of Commissioners held 19 scheduled meetings 
to consider the administrative affairs of the Commission, conducted six 
public hearings, and held many informal conferences among themselves on 
special problems of the Commission. 



ANNUAL RFPCRT 196 3 
(Continued) 



143 



BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 

The Commissioners serve without compensation other than 
traveling and other necessary expenses. 

The following are members of the Board of Commissioners: 

Serving by Statute 



Honorable H. B. Charmbury, Secretary 
Department of Mines and Mineral Industries 



W. Floyd Clinger, Chairman 
H. J. Magner, Vice Chairman 
William E. Snee 
J. R. Wylie, Jr. 
Charles P. Duncan, Jr. 
Charles E. McGinnis 



Representing 



Independent Oil 
Independent Oil or Gas 
Independent Gas 
Major Non-Utility Gas 
Major Utility Gas 
Major Oil 



W. Roy Cunningham, Deputy Secretary, Oil and Gas Division, has 
served as a Commissioner having represented Honorable H. B. Charmbury at 
the Commission meetings and hearings when Dr. Charmbury has been unable to 
be present. 

Leon Ehrlich, Deputy Attorney General, has served as legal 
advisor to the Commission and has acted as Hearing Officer in the 
majority o r its hearings. 

Robert J. Hartman is Secretary of the Commission. 



FIELD INSPECTIONS 

The six Oil and Gas Inspectors of the Oil and G a s Division 
perform the police functions in the field for the enforcement of the 
Oil and Gas Conservation Law, reporting to Deputy Secretary W. Roy Cunning- 
ham, who informs the Commission regarding matters within its jurisdiction. 



VIO LATIONS 

During I963. several violations, or alleged violations, were 
reported through the inspectors, but compliance with the Law was established 
in each instance before any legal procedures were instituted. 



144 ANNUAL RFP^RT 1963 

(Continued) 

FIRF PREVFNTICN AND 'aASTE 

In accordance with the Rules and Regulations of the Commission, 
a fire was reported September 2, I963, at the Grace N. Snyder Well No. 1 
of New York State Natural Gas Corporation in Mann Township, Bedford' County, 
then being drilled under the authority of Drilling Permit BED-22. There 
was one man hurt. The flow of gas was estimated at between ten and twenty 
million cubic feet per day. Considerable damage to personal property 
occurred at the location, but the fire was extinguished and the well 
brought under control within a matter of a few days, the Oil and Gas 
Inspector having remained at the location during this time. There were 
no other reports of serious waste or violations of fire prevention re- 
quirements at wells under Commission authority. 

DRILLING PERMITS 

Applications for drilling permits are submitted by operators 
to the Oil and Gas Division, designated under the Law as the permit 
issuing agency. Before permits are issued the applications and well 
location plats are submitted to the Commission. The locations are then 
checked by f->e Secretary to determine whether there is any conflict with 
a spacing order established or pending be r ore the Commission, and a 
release is made in each instance where the application conforms with 
the requirements o r the Commission. 

OFFICES AND HEADQUARTERS 

Until March 8, 1963. the headquarters and office of the Commission 
were located in the Department of Mines and Mineral Industries headquarters 
in Harrisburg, with a branch office at the Oil and Gas Division, Pittsburgh 
Office, where duplicate records were kept. 

The Commission Office was then moved into the offices of the Oil 
and Gas Division, Room 1205, State Office Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 
and the keeping of duplicate records was discontinued. 

On August 1, I963, the Commission Office was moved to Room 1708, 
Benedum Trees Building, 223 Fourth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - 15222. 
The telephone number is 391 2100, Extension 735. 

COMMISSION PERSONNEL 

Employees consist of the Secretary to the Commission, and a 
secretary. 



ANNUAL REPORT 1963 ^45 

Continued 



Permits by County I96I 1962 I963 

(Cancellations Excluded) 

Armstrong 

Bedford 

Blair 1 

Bradford 1 

Cambria 

Cameron 4 

Carbon 

Center 

Clarion 

Clearfield 2 

Clinton 

Crawford 

Elk 1 

Erie 

Eayette 2 

Greene 

Indiana 

Jefferson 

Lycoming 2 

KcKean 1 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Northumberland 

Potter 1 

Somerset 1 

Tioga 2 

Warren 1 

Westmoreland 1 

Number of Wells 20 

Number of Counties 13 

(By Year) 

Cumulative since 9-25-61 _13 _24 _28 
(Fffective date of Law) 





1 


5 


10 




2 


2 




14 


1 


1 






1 




1 


6 


4 


1 




2 


27 


3 


1 


2 




2 


1 


1 




5 


1? 




1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


1 




1 




8 


1 


3 


1 


1 






1 


_7 


12 


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20 


18 



146 



ANNUAL REPORT 1963 
(Continued) 



SPACING AND INTEGRATION 



During the year the Commission held its first hearings on 
applications for spacing orders. Five such hearings were held, one 
of which was for the consideration of a modification of an order entered 
earlier in the year. In addition, one hearing was held to consider 
an application for an integration order for a unit within a spacing 
order area, but the application was dismissed. 

As a result of such hearings, five orders were issued, one 
of which was for a modification of an order previously entered, and by 
all of which four spacing order areas were established and approximately 
19,283 acres were designated as areas within which units were specific- 
ally set out or definite spacing rules established as herein listed. 



NAME OF POOL SPACING SPECIFIC 
COUNTIES ORDER UNITS 
DISCOVERY DATE AREA ESTABLISHED 



MINIMUM MINIMUM 

DISTANCE EISTANCE 

BETWEEN FROM UNIT MINIMUM 

WELLS BOUNDARY UNIT 



Five Forks 

Bedford 

6-16-62 


3.105 
acres 


7 units averaging 
448 acres, but two 
wells were drilled 
on each of two units, 
making the average 
3*4-5 acres per well 


2500' 


600' 


Specific units 
designated 


Arte mas 
Bedford 
6-29-63 


3.378 
acres 


12 units averaging 
282 acres 


2500 ' 


650' 


Specific units 
designated 


Blairsville 
Westmoreland 
& Indiana 
11-1-62 


6.400 
acres 




3000 ' 


660' 


400 acres 


Murrys villa 
Vfestmoreland 
& Allegheny 
9-19-63 


6,400 

acres 




4000' 


1400' 


600 acres 



ANNUAL REPORT I963 147 

(Continued) 



SPACING AND INTEGRATION (Continued) 

It was to be anticipated that procedures to be brought before 
the Commission on the subject of spacing and integration would develop 
gradually, since the law contemplates a prospective application, normally, 
upon the discovery of a new oil or gas pool. The law achieves its 
fullest authority for the protection of correlative rights after such 
a discovery, the entry of a spacing order, and, thence, a forced in- 
tegration of interests in units established by the Commission. 

Dntil such time as an application for a spacing order is 
received, the jurisdiction of the Commission is general, and, as to well 
spacing is limited to the requirement that wells shall not be located 
less than 330 feet from the nearest lease or unit boundary line, thus, 
permitting a minimum acreage per well of only about 10 acres. If such 
an application is filed with the Commission promptly after the discovery, 
the Commission is able to set up units and rules for orderly development. 
If the application is not filed until after the drilling of subsequent 
wells located by operators at random under the law of capture, the problems 
of the Commission to protect correlative rights become quite complex. 
Concerning the spacing order areas established, developments had proceed- 
ed as follows: 

DRILLING PERMITS DRILLING PERMITS 

BEFORE AFTER 

APPLICATION FOR APPLICATION FOR 

GAS POOL SPACING ORDER SPACING ORDER 

Five Forks h 3 

Artemas 2 1 

Blairsville 10 

(Two of which were dry holes) 

Murrysville 1 



In the case of the Blairsville Pool which was substantially 
fully developed before the application for spacing order was filed, and 
where wells were drilled on leases, one as small as 39 acres, as com- 
pared with units, one as large as 636 acres, it was considered virtually 
impossible for the Commission to establish units for the protection of 
the correlative rights of operators and royalty interests, nor was the 
Commission requested to do so. 



148 ANNUAL REPORT I963 

(Continued) 

SPACING AND INTFGRATION (Continued) 

In the case of the Five Forks Spacing Order the Commission 
found itself guided by spacing practices already established in the 
pool, and various complexities were encountered. In the cases of 
Artemas and Murrysville, however, where the applications were received 
early in the developments, orderly spacing patterns were established, 
and the operators appraised of their rights and duties in advance of 
any further drilling. 

It has been observed in practice that where a discovery is 
made, and an application for a spacing order is filed, the planning 
for and drilling of the second and subsequent wells is delayed by the 
procedures pending before the Commission. In effect, this gives the 
operator of the discovery well a special advantage for his risk in that 
large quantities of gas may be produced before subsequent wells are 
drilled, where field conditions permit, and a pipeline is available for 
a ready market. It would be more likely, however, that delays would 
be encountered due to pipeline construction, since a wildcat location 
ordinarily would not be close to pipelines. Investment considerations 
may dictate that additional volumes be developed by further drilling 
before the pipeline is provided. In any event, upon realization of 
production in a discovery well, preparation of a unit for the second 
well location would involve time, especially where lease ownerships are 
divided. The Commission recognizes that such problems exist, and is 
desirous of making every effort to expedite procedures under the Law. 

READJUSTMENT OF 0VMSRS3IP IN ACCORDANCE WITH COMMISSION ORDERS 

Units in both the Artemas and Five Forks areas were established 
by the Commission after the drilling of highly successful wells, and the 
ownership in three such units was changed, two to the extent of about 
l *0%, after the wells were proven to be capable of substantial production. 
It appears that with respect to the readjustment of ownerships in a unit 
in the Artemas Pool, the adjustments were made under the terms indicated 
in the spacing order, without forced integration. With respect to the 
readjustments of interests in two units in the Five Forks Pool, where 
the larger shares of operating interests were involved, it remains to 
be seen whether integration orders will be required. 

PETITIONS AND APFFAL3 

Concerning the readjustment of interests in one unit in the 
Five Forks Pool, an appeal has been filed by the operator in the Court 
of Common Pleas in Bedford County against the Commission's order, but 
the case was continued before it was brought to hearing. 



ANNUAL REPORT I963 149 

(Continued) 



PETITIONS AND APPEALS (Continued) 

A petition was filed with the Commission requesting that the 
Commission bring suit to enjoin the drilling of a well in the Artemas 
area while the application for spacing order was pending before the 
Commission, out where the drilling permit was issued prior to the filing 
of said application. The Commission took no action on this petition. 

An appeal was filed in the Bedford County Courts against the 
issuance of a permit for the drilling of a well in an area subject to 
a spacing order of the Commission, but the matter has not yet come to 
hearing. 



GOVERNMENT LANDS 



In the Eive Forks and Artemas areas lands of the Commonwealth 
of Pennsylvania, Department of Forests and Waters, were affected, and, 
in the instance of the appeal with respect to the Five Forks Spacing 
Order, the Department of Forests and Waters filed a joinder in the action 
of appellant. Lands of the United States of America, Department of the 
Interior, were also affected by the ^ive ^orks, Artemas and Blairsville 
spacing orders. With respect to both state and federal ownership of 
oil and gas rights under lease to operators, the royalty interests were 
or are to be adjusted in accordance with Commission orders. 

One well was drilled on State Game Lands in Jefferson County. 
Found to be dry in the Oriskany Horizon, the well was plugged back and 
fractured into a producer in the Bradford First Sand at a depth not under 
Commission control. A successful producer was drilled in Bedford County 
on lands in which interests were owned by both the federal government 
and the Department of Forests and Waters. In several instances lands 
similarly owned were included in units established by the Commission 
and will share in production from wells located on adjoining lands 
privately owned. 



AVERAGE ACREAGE PER '/JELL 

The average acreage per well for I963 drilling permits is 
approximately 275. It is to be noted, however, that in Crawford County 
where Red Medina wells have been drilled to a depth of approximately 
4,000 feet, the spacing average is slighty over 100 acres per well. 
Separating the Crawford County wells from the wells in other counties 
where depths, generally, are in excess of 5,000 feet, it is found that 
average spacing is approximately 3^5 acres per well. The smallest lease 
upon which a well was drilled during I963, where unitization with other 
leases was not reported, was 39 acres. It appears that this spacing was 
at least in part the cause of the decision of one operator to file an 
application for a spacing order. 



150 



ANNUAL REPORT I963 
(Continued) 



WILDCAT WELLS 



PRODDCTIVF (To be read in connection with 
tabular summary following) 

SOM-29 This well, the Nellie R. Mowry No. 1, drilled by The Peoples Natural 

Gas Company, was considered to be an important deep test in the state. 
It was drilled under Commission jurisdiction to a deptn of 9,2.$6 
feet to test the Medina (Tuscarora) formations. Found to be dry at 
this depth, the well was plugged back and fractured in the Oriskany 
at a depth of less than 38OO feet. Accordingly, both the well and 
the pool discovered are now outside of Commission jurisdiction. 
Location is in Allegheny Township, Somerset County. 

IND-382 Discovery well of the Cherryhill, or Crichton, Pool, Brush Valley 

Township, Indiana County, Drilled by The Manufacturers Light and Heat 
Company, the results prompted the drilling of numerous additional 
wells. One well, planned to be drilled on a small lease, was the 
cause of the filing of an application for a spacing order. However, 
the application was withdrawn, and drilling proceeded without specific 
Commission control over spacing. 

CRA-64 This well, located several miles south of the Indian Springs Fool, 

was a Gatesburg test. Found to be dry at depth, it was plugged back 
and fractured in the Red Medina where small production was developed. 
This well is about two miles north of Dicksonburg, in Summerhill 
Township, Crawford County. The well was drilled by Transamerican 
Petroleum Corporation and Ventura Oil Company and is known as Alvin E. 
Reynolds No. 1. 

CRA-65 Stebbins-Greenlee No. 1 '"fell, drilled by Transamerican Petroleum 

Corporation, is located several miles east and south of the Indian 
Springs Pool, productive from the Red Medina Sand. It is about 2$ 
miles north of Coon Corners, Hayfield Township, Crawford County. 

CRA-66 Known as the Malvin Newhard No. 1 Well, this well may be considered 
as a confirmation well in the Stebbins-Greenlee Pool (above). The 
location is about l.k miles south of CRA-65, in Hayfield Township, 
Crawford County. Transamerican Petroleum Corporation is the operator. 

IND-425 Located approximately two miles north of nearest production in the 
Cherryhill Pool, this well is considered to have extended the known 
productive limits of the pool. Drilled by Felmont Oil Corporation in 
Cherryhill Township, Indiana County, the well is known as the Patton 
Heirs T Afell No. 1. 



BED-18 Discovery well of the Artemas Pool, Mann Township, Bedford County. 

Drilled by New York State Natural Gas Corporation, the large initial 
daily open flow production led to the application for and entry of 
Spacing Order No. 3. The well is known as Marshall Diehl No. 1 . 



ANNUAL REPORT I963 151 

(Continued) 



WILDCAT WELLS - PRO DUCT IV? (Continued) 

TND-W+ The J. K. Mikesell Tract No. 1 Well, drilled by Fairman Drilling 
Company, is about three miles south of nearest production in the 
Cherryhill Pool. The well is in Center Township, Indiana County 
and is considered to have extended the known limits of production 
in the Cherryhill Pool. 

WES-364 While this well is located l£ miles northeast of a well drilled in 

19U6 reported to be a small producer, it was considered for Commission 
purposes to be a wildcat well. Known as the Andrew and John Roskovensky 
Well No. 1 of The Peoples Natural Gas Company, the well confirms 
successful production in the Dry Ridge Pool, Unity Township, West- 
moreland County. 

IND-452 Drilled by Fairman Drilling Company more than two miles east and 
north of nearest production in the Cherryhill Pool, the well has 
extended the pool. Known as Annie Hadden No. 1 Well, the location 
is in Cherryhill Township, Indiana County. 

FAY-35 The Grimes Unit No. 1 Well of Sun Oil Company has discovered gas in 
the Chert-Oriskany sections of a structure hitherto untested between 
the Chestnut Ridge and Laurel Hill anticlines. Located in Wharton 
Township, Fayette County, the well is very close to the West Virginia 
state line. 

WES-368 Discovery well of the Onondaga -Oriskany Murrysville Gas Pool, so 
designated because it underlies the famous Murrysville Pool where 
many wells have produced large quantities of gas through the years 
from shallo->jer formations. The F. M. Sloan No. 1 Well, drilled by 
Fox, Coen and Sloan, is located close to suburban Pittsburgh where 
property is subdivided into small tracts. The discovery led to the 
application for and entry of Spacing Order No. 5. Location is in 
Franklin Township, Westmoreland County. 

VFS-379 A small flow of gas with some salt water was encountered in the C. B. 
Rhodes (Booth and Flinn) No. 1 Well of Devonian Gas and Oil Company. 
Loca+ed in Derry Township, Westmoreland County, on the Chestnut Ridge 
Anticline, it remains to be seen whether the well will be a commercial 
producer. There is no production nearby from this structure. 



152 



ANNUAL REPORT I963 
(Continued) 



PERMIT NO. 



1962 Permits 



DAT? OF INITIAL DAILY 
COMPLETION OPEN FLOW 
HCP 



SOM-29 11-30-62 4,190 A/F 

(Oriskany fractured 8-21-63) 



IND-382 



1-7-63 



7.710 A/F 



TOTAL 
ROCK PRESSURE PRODUCING HORIZON DEPTH 
psig/hrs. 



1263/9 da. 

4033/72 Oriskany 7687 



Oriskany - Fracture 9256 ■ PB 
perfs. at 3583-3591' to 3635' 

7696' 



1963 Permits 



CRA-64 


3-29-63 


2^i/F 


1200/7 da. 


Red Medina Perf . 
at 3888' 


6930 ' 

Gatesburg test 
PB to about 
4000' 


CRA-65 


2-9-63 


1,620 A/F 


12*K>/ 


Red Medina Perf. 
at 3993' 


4146' 


CRA-66 


2-28-63 


756 A/F 


1205/92 


Red Medina Perf. 
at 4130 


4247" 


IND-425 


5-20-63 


2,000 A/F 


4078/45 


Chert & Oriskany 
Cased to 7658' 
Fractured open hole 


7730' 


BED- 18 


7-29-63 


10,165 A/F 


1818dw/28 


Oriskany 
4843-4883 ' 


4883' 


IND-444 


6-17-63 


1,700 A/F 


4040/69 


Chert & Oriskany 
Fractured 7721' to 


7873' 


'/JES-364 


7-25-63 


4,500 A/F 


4264/9 da. 


Chert at 7660' 


7740' 


IND-452 


7-11-63 


1,175 A/F 


4160/95 


Chert & Oriskany 
Fractured 7814 to 


7951' 


FAT-35 


8-8-63 


700 A/F 


3375/24 


Chert & Oriskany 
Gas at 8074, 8136, 
8159. 8201 & 8251 


8378' 


VES-368 


9-19-63 


2,000 A/F 


3842/336 


Oriskany 
7199-7415 ' 


7415' 


VES-379 


10-31-63 


200 A/F 


3000/7 da. 


Chert 
7277-7325' 


7740' PB 
to 7325' 



DIRECTORY 



154 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 
ANTHRACITE DIVISION 



H. B. Charmbury 
Secretary of Mines and 
Mineral Industries 

Hornet 


400 North Third Street 
222 East Irvin Avenue 


Harrisburg 
State College 


Area 

Code 
717 

814 


787-4686 
787-4687 
787-4688 
237-4726 


Gordon E. Smith 
Deputy Secretary of 
Mines and Mineral 
Industries Home* 


Motor Contracts Corp. Bldg, 
Room 2A - 108 South Claude 
A. Lord Boulevard 
102 Parkway 


Pottsville 
Schuylkill Haven 


717 
717 


622-1110 
385-0023 


Mrs. M. B. Gutshall 
Administrative Officer 

Hornet 


400 North Third Street 
2958 Lincoln Street 


Harrisburg 
Camp Hill 


717 
717 


787-4686 
787-4687 
787-4688 
737-9895 


Leon Ehrlich 

Deputy Attorney General 

Office t 
Hornet 


400 North Third Street 

146 North Sixth Street 
1429 Dauphin Avenue 


Harrisburg 

Reading 
Wyomissing 


717 

215 
215 


787-5054 

376-1525 
376-5829 




MINING ENGINEERS 






Ralph A. Lambert 
Chief Mining Engineer 

Hornet 


400 North Third Street 
3330 Highland Street 


Harrisburg 
Al lent own 


717 
215 


787-4805 
395-4585 


Rodger J. Howell 


229 Morton Street 


Old Forge 


717 Glenwood 7-6447 


William Taby 


204 North Rock Street 


Shamokin 


717 


648-2436 


Harry A. Voigt 


49 South Atherton Ave. 


Kingston 


717 


287-4906 


Norman Becker 


95 West Vaughn Street 


Kingston 


717 


287-4755 




ANTHRACITE FEDERAL-STATE MINE DRAINAGE 
PROGRAM 


717 
717 




Daniel H. Connelly 
Director 

Hornet 


Anthracite Institute Bldg. 

237 Old River Road 
25 East Bennett Street 


Wilkes-Barre 
Kingston 


822-9150 
822-9401 
287-0497 




RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 






David R. Maneval 
Director 

Hornet 


400 North Third Street 
1867 North Oak Lane 

PUBLIC RELAT] 


Harrisburg 
State College 
[ONS 


717 
814 


787-5104 
238-0977 


William Baker 

Hornet 


400 North Third Street 
221 North Dithridge St. 


Harrisburg 
Pittsburgh 


717 
412 


787-5054 
682-9653 


Chester Gormley 
Director 

Hornet 


COAL MINE SUBSIDENCE INSURANCE FUND 
216 Pine Street Harrisburg 

3641 Brisban Street Harrisburg 

ANTHRACITE CONSERVATION AND RECLAMATION 


717 
717 


787-5565 
787-4761 
564-2777 


Wesley I. Stonebraker 
Director 

Hornet 


400 North Third Street 
111 South 24th Street 


Harrisburg 
Camp Hill 


717 
717 


787-5548 
761-1751 



District 










Area 




Number 










Code 




1 


W. A. 


Sanders, Actg. 


, R. D. 2 


Dalton 


717 


563-1945 


3 


W. A. 


Sanders 


R. D. 2 


Dalton 


717 


563-1945 


11 


T. M. 


Beaney 


366 Monument Avenue 


Wyoming 


717 


693-0222 


12 


J. A. 


Bugel 


336 Columbia Avenue 


Atlas 


717 


339-1103 


13 


W. R. 


Devens 


38 Butler Street 


Forty Fort 


717 


287-4576 


14 


K. C. 


Lee 


88 Old River Road 


Wilkes-Barre 


717 


823-1977 


15 


Ralph 


Ditzler 


593 North Vine Street 


Hazleton 


717 


455-3733 


16 


F. C. 


O'Connor 


R. D. 2, Box 370 


Pottsville 


717 


544-2573 


17 


G. F. 


Kettle 


246 West Spruce Street 


Sh amok in 


717 


648-2335 


18 


P. P. 


Hino 


108 East Mahanoy Avenue 


Mahanoy City 


717 


773-3694 


19 


J. J. 


Shober,Jr. 


64 East Railroad Street 


Nesquehoning 


717 


669-6048 


20 


G. P. 


Gallagher 


103 East Arch Street 


Shamokin 


717 


648-3887 


21 


A. J. 


Latz 


9 West Phillips Street 


Coaldale 


717 


645-5727 


22 


J. R. 


Ruane 


928 No. Washington St. 


Shamokin 


717 


648-0262 


23 


J. P. 


Brophy 


422 West Third Street 


Mount Carmel 


717 


339-3171 


24 


H. E. 


Shomper 


138 East Lincoln Street 


Shamokin 


717 


648-3124 


25 


Walter Davis 


512 West Market Street 


Pottsville 


717 


622-4107 


26 


J. B. 


Reinoehl 


132 East Mahanoy Avenue 


Mahanoy City 


717 


773-0313 


27 


R. 0. 


Schneider 


216 North 9th Street 


Ashland 


717 


875-1861 


28 


A. A. 


Joyce 


317 South Maple Street 


Mount Carmel 


717 


339-0514 


29 


H. R. 


Reese 


R. D. 1, Box 41, H-l 


Elysburg 


717 


672-2853 


30 


W. D. 


Maurer 


25 Vaux Avenue 


Tremont 


717 


695-3672 



155 



ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR 

Michael Polinko 1211 Chestnut Street Kulpmont 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER 

Karl A. Meyer 84 River Street Forty Fort 

MINE RESCUE & FIRST AID INSTRUCTOR 

Stephen A. Sirotnak 409 Erie Street Throop 

Charles W. Jones 231 West Main Street Girardville 



717 



717 



373-9449 



287-3753 



717 Hunter 9-3354 
717 276-6353 



FIELD INVESTIGATORS 
George J. Segaritis 226 North Second Street 



John J. Lavix 



W. Roy Cunningham 
Deputy Secretary 

Hornet 



44 Union Street 

OIL AND GAS DIVISION 

Room 1205 State Office 
Bldg.,300 Liberty Ave. 
919 Harlan Avenue 



Girardville 
Plains 

Pittsburgh 22 
Johnstown 



OIL AND GAS INSPECTORS 

1 Charles C. Songer 100 E. Wayne St., Box 801 Warren 

2 Howard W. Martin 321 North Eighth Street Indiana 

3 Charles E. Baldwin 907 Williams Street 

McJ. Acres Washington 

4 William J. Burns, Jr. 335 North Barnett Street Brookville 

5 Wm. J. Burns, Jr. , Actg. 
5 Charles C. Songer, Actg. 

5 Richard F. Walther,Actg. 

6 Richard F. Walther 630 Southview Drive Pittsburgh 26 

7 Charles F. Straub 505 Oak Street, Box 141 Coudersport 



717 Brown 6-1065 
717 823-4407 



412 
814 



814 
412 



412 
814 



412 
814 



391-2100 

Ext. 734 

299-2812 



723-7477 
463-0590 



222-3295 
849-2445 



563-3656 
274-8840 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

Robert J. Hartman Room 1708, Benedum-Trees 

Secretary Bldg., 223 4th Avenue Pittsburgh 



412 



391-2100 



156 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



ANTHRACITE DIVISION 
Breakers, Washeries and Preparation Plants 



1963 



District Preparation Plant 



Company 



Location 



1 
26 
19 
24 
27 
15 
11 
24 
24 

3 
16 
19 
26 
11 
18 

1 
11 
21 
18 
11 
29 
26 
24 
20 
24 
20 
24 
21 
25 
11 
12 
30 
26 
29 
21 
25 
18 
27 
24 
14 
21 
24 
15 
18 
15 
17 
11 
15 
15 
18 
25 
27 
15 
24 
13 
25 
22 
15 
30 



Ace Breaker 

Altamont Breaker 

B. & N. Breaker 

Bar Mac Breaker 

Barry Washery 

Beaver Brook Breaker 

Bel Air Breaker 

Bel la ire Breaker 

Bellaire Washery 

Bellevue Washery 

Bixler Breaker 

Black Heath Breaker 

Blaschak Breaker 

Bliss Breaker 

Bliss Washery 

Bolands Breaker 

Booth Breaker 

Branch Breaker 

Brockton Breaker 

Bylite Breaker 

Cains Breaker 

Candleaas Washery 

Carbon Run Breaker 

D. & D. Breaker 

0. & Z. Breaker 

Diamond Breaker 

Diminick Breaker 

DiRenzo Breaker 

Donaldson Breaker 

Dorrance Breaker 

Elizabethville Washery 

Enerich Washery 

Englewood Breaker 

Folger & Chapleski Washery 

Forestville Washery 

Franklin Hydrotated Breaker 

G. & S. Washery 

Gilberton Breaker 

Glen Burn Breaker 

Glen Lyon Breaker 

Glenn Worth Breaker 

Glosek Breaker 

Gowen Breaker 

Greenwood Breaker 

Greybosh Breaker 

H. J. & H. Breaker 

Harry E. Breaker a 

Hazleton Shaft Breaker 

Highland No. 5 Fine Coal Plant 

Hillside Breaker 

Hillside Breaker 

Hill Vue Breaker 

Honeybrook Breaker 

Hoover Breaker 

Huber Breaker 

Indian Head Breaker 

Jeddc—Highland Fine Coal Plant 

Jeddo No. 7 Breaker 

Joliett Realty Breaker b 



Ace Coal Co. 


Blakely 


Altanont Coal Co. 


Frackville 


B. & N. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill Haven 


Bar Mac Coal Co., Inc. 


Weigh Scale 


Mosolino Contracting Co. 


Gordon 


Beaver Brook Coal Co., Inc. 


Beaver Brook 


Bel Air Coal Co. 


Duryea 


Bellaire Coal Sales, Inc. 


South Shamokin 


Bellaire Coal Sales, Inc. 


Bear Valley #2 


Monroe Co., Inc. 


Scranton 


Bixler, Clayton M. 


Valley View 


Black Heath Coal & Const. Co.Cressona 


Blaschak Coal Co. 


St. Nicholas 


Bliss Coal Co. 


Cherry Township 


Bliss & Son, Inc. 


Mauch Chunk 


DeAngelis Supreme Anth.,Inc. 


, Carbondale 


E. & B. Coal Sales 


Cherry Township 


Branch Coal Corp. 


Llewellyn 


Brockton Black Beauty Coal 


Brockton 


Bylite Corp. 


Plains Township 


Cain Coal Co. 


Shamokin 


Coleby Coal Co. 


Haddock 


Rosini Coal Co. 


South Shamokin 


D. & D. Coal Co. 


Mount Carmel 


D. & Z. Coal Co. 


Weigh Scale 


Diamond Coal Co., Inc. 


Atlas 


Diminick Coal Sales 


Paxinos 


DiRenzo Coal Co. 


Minersville 


Anthracite Fine Coals, Inc. 


Donaldson 


Lehigh Valley Anth., Inc. 


Wilkes-Barre 


Elizabethville Coal Co. 


Elizabethville 


Emerich, William G. 


Ono 


Englewood Coal Co. 


Frackville 


Folger & Chapleski 


Ranshaw 


Manbeck Dredging Co. 


Forestville 


Franklin Coal Co. 


Ravine 


G. & S. Coal Co., Inc. 


Nesquehoning 


Gilberton Coal Co. 


Gilberton 


Susquehanna Coal Co. 


Shamokin 


Susquehanna Coal Co. 


Glen Lyon 


Glenn Worth Coal Co. 


Cressona 


Glosek Bros. Coal Sales 


Weigh Scale 


Gowen Coal Co. 


Fern Glen 


Greenwood Mining Co. 


Rahn Township 


Greybosh Coal Co. 


Hazleton R. D. 1 


H. J. & H. Coal Co. 


Zerbe Township 


Lehigh Valley Anth., Inc. 


Wilkes-Barre 


Lehigh Valley Anth., Inc. 


Hazleton 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


Jeddo 


Hillside Coal Co. 


South Tamaqua 


Hegins Mining Co. 


Zerbe 


Hill Vue Coal Co. 


Ashland 


Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 


Audenried 


Hoover Mining Co. 


Paxinos 


Glen Alden Corporation 


Ashley 


Indian Head Coal Co. 


Tremont 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


Wil burton 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


Harleigh 


Joliett Realth Co. 


Joliett 



District Preparation Plant 



12 
24 
18 
21 
19 
11 
12 
25 
30 
21 
30 
16 
26 
15 
30 
15 
21 
23 
11 
11 
24 
19 
27 
11 
22 
21 
21 

1 
18 
26 
12 
27 
15 
21 

3 
26 
18 
24 

3 
25 
21 
21 
12 
27 
25 
25 

1 
12 
19 

1 
25 
18 

1 
27 
24 
27 
19 
20 
26 
25 
19 
11 
26 
12 
18 
26 
18 
24 
18 
12 
12 
28 
16 



K. A. M. Washery 

K. & D. Breaker 

K. M. & F. Breaker 

K. & P. Breaker 

Kaska Breaker 

Kassa Breaker 

Kelly Ramp a 

Koch's Breaker 

Kocher Breaker 

Kowalchick Breaker 

Kreiser Washery 

Legal Breaker 

Lehigh Park Breaker a 

Leonard Breaker 

Lincoln Washery 

Lion Breaker 

Live Oak Breaker 

Locust Summit Breaker 

Loomis Breaker 

Loree Breaker 

Lower Region Washery 

Lowland Washery 

Malho Breaker 

Maltby Breaker 

Mammoth Breaker 

Maple Spring Breaker 

Marl in Breaker 

Marvine Breaker c 

Mary-D Washery 

Mazaika Breaker 

Meadowbrook Breaker 

Millersville Breaker 

Mineral is Breaker 

Minersville Breaker 

Morgan Breaker d 

Mount Hazle Breaker 

Mountain Side Breaker 

North Line Breaker 

No. 1 Washery 

Oakwood Breaker 

Old Mill Breaker 

Olenick Breaker 

P. & W. V. Ramp 

P-45 Cleaner Plant 

Parkway Breaker 

Penag Breaker 

Penbrook Breaker 

Pine Creek Breaker 

Pine Foiest Washery 

Pompey Breaker 

Potts Breaker 

R. & R. Washery 

Raymond Breaker 

Reichwein & Beury Breaker 

Reidinger Breaker 

Rosa Breaker 

Salem Creek Breaker 

Savitski Breaker 

St. Nicholas Central Breaker 

Schneck Breaker 

Scutta Breaker 

Sebastopol Breaker 

Seltzer Breaker 

Shomper Breaker 

Silver Creek Breaker 

Skytop Breaker 

South Tamaqua Coal Pockets 

Split Vein Breaker 

Spring Creek Breaker 

Stonehill Breaker 

Strohecker Breaker 

Sunshine Breaker 

Superior Breaker 



Company 



Location 



157 



K. A. M. Coal Co. 
K. & D. Coal Co. 
K. M. & F. Coal Service 
K. & P. Coal Co. 
Dale Contracting Corp. 
Kassa Coal Co. 
Kelly Coal Co. 
Koch's Coal Co. 
Kocher Coal Co. 
Kowalchick, Michael 
Kreiser, Harvey R. 
Legal Coal Co. 
peca Coal Co., Inc. 
Leonard Coal Co. 
Manbeck Dredging Co. 
Cunningham Coal Co. 
Live Oak Coal Co. 
Reading Anthracite Co. 
Lehigh Valley Anth., Inc. 
Hudson Realty Co., Inc. 
Lower Region Colliery 
Manbeck Dredging Co. 
Malho Coal Co. 
Dicksville Coal Co. 
Lehigh Valley Anth., Inc. 
Maple Spring Coal Co. 
Cass Contracting Co. 
Glen Alden Corporation 
Atlantic Management Co. 
Mazaika Bros. Coal Co. 
Meadowbrook Coal Co. 
Pine Ridge Mining Co. 
Mineral is Recovery Corp. 
Minersville Coal Co. 
Old Forge Coal Co. 
Locust Valley Coal Co. 
Mountain Side Coal Co. 
Steam Coals, Inc. 
Wyoming Co. 
Oakwood Coal Co. 
Old Mill Coal Yard 
Olenick Bros. Coal Co. 
P. 8. W. V. Coal Co. 
Reading Anthracite Co. 
Parkway Anthracite, Inc. 
Penag Coal Co. 
Penbrook Coal Co. 
Pine Creek Coal Co. 
Reading Anthracite Co. 
Pompey Coal Co. 
Potts Contracting Co. 
R. & R. Coal Co. 
Northwest Mining Co., Inc. 
Reichwein & Beury Coal Co. 
Reidinger Coal Service 
Capparell Coal Co., Inc. 
Salem Creek Coal Corp. 
Savitski Bros. Coal Sales 
Reading Anthracite Co. 
Schneck Coal Co., Thomas W. 
Scutta Coal Co., Inc. 
Sebastopol Coal Co. 
Seltzer Coal Co. 
Shomper Coal Co. 
Silver Creek Coal Co., Inc. 
Skytop Coal Co. 
South Tamaqua Coal Co. 
Split Vein Coal Co. 
Spring Creek Coal Co. 
Stonehill Coal Co. 
Strohecker Coal Co. 
Sunshine Coal Co. 
Superior Coal Co. 



Wlconisco 

Weigh Scale 

Middleport 

Minersville 

Middleport 

Dupont 

Spring Glen 

Ravine 

Valley View 

Primrose 

Annville 

Good Spring 

Mahanoy City 

Hazleton 

Pine Grove R. D. 3 

Hazleton 

Primrose 

Locust Gap 

Nanticoke 

Larksville 

Trevorton Road 

Landingville 

Lavelle 

Swoyersville 

Lost Creek 

Branchdale 

Marlin 

Scranton 

Tuscarora 

Tamaqua 

Lykens 

Ashland 

Hazleton 

Minersville 

Old Forge 

New Boston 

South Tamaqua 

South Shamokin 

Dunmore 

Pine Grove 

Llewellyn 

Forestville 

Lykens 

Buck Run 

Pine Grove 

Good Spring 

Archbald 

Spring Glen 

St. Clair 

Jessup 

Pine Grove 3 

Lehighton R. D. 2 

Eynon 

Ashland 

Paxinos 

Shenandoah 

Pottsville 

Atlas 

St. Nicholas 

Pine Grove 1 

New Philadelphia 

Jenkins 

Frackville 

Tower City 

New Philadelphia 

New Boston 

South Tamaqua 

Weigh Scale 

South Tamaqua 

Loyal ton 

Elizabethville 

Dunkleberger 

Valley View 



158 



District 


Preparation Plant 


25 


Swatara Breaker 


24 


Swift Breaker 


3 


Taylor Breaker 


15 


Tedesco Breaker 


23 


Thomas Breaker 


17 


Trevorton Breaker 


12 


Underkoffler Breaker 


15 


Upper Lehigh Breaker 


26 


Valley Breaker 


1 


Waddell Breaker 


19 


Wade svi lie Washery 


19 


Walton Breaker 


26 


Wessner Breaker 



Company 



Location 



Swatara Coal Co. 

Swift Coal Sales 

Moffat Coal Co., Inc. 

Tedesco Bros. Coal Co. 

Thomas & Brother, Inc.,W.H. 

Reading Anthracite Co. 

Underkoffler Coal Co. 

Sandy Run Miners & Prod., Inc. 

Valley Coal Co. 

Waddell Coal Mining Co., Inc. 

Reading Anthracite Co. 

Walton Co., John 

Wessner Coal Co. 



Zerbe 

Paxinos 

Taylor 

Pardeesville 

Ranshaw 

Trevorton 

Lykens 

Upper Lehigh 

Tamaqua 

Jessup 

Wadesville 

Schuylkill Haven 

Tamaqua 



NOTE* (a) Discontinued operations. 

(b) Joliett Breaker idle during entire year 1963. 

(c) Marvine Breaker abandoned. 

(d) Morgan Breaker closed. 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



159 



ANTHRACITE OPERATORS - YEAR 1963 



District 


Operator 


General Manaqer 


Address 




21 


A. 


& B. Coal Co. 9 


Thomas Brennan 


Minersville 




29 


A. 


B. Coal Mine © 


Arthur Boscolovich 


Ranshaw 




3 


A. 


C. & A. Coal Co. DM 


Louis Agostini 


Old Forge 




18 


A. 


& D. Coal Co. 9 


John Daukshus 


Tamaqua 




24-28 


A. 


F. & M. Coal Co. 9 


Elmer Faust 


Shamokin 




12 


A. 


& H. Coal Co. 9 


Fred Artz 


Valley View 




16 


A. 


& J. Coal Co. DM 


Andrew Drebitko 


Pottsville R.D. 


1 


19 


A. 


& J. Coal Co. 


Anthony Chavokis 


Port Carbon 




23 


A. 


& K. Coal Co. 9 


Norbert Anascavage 


Shamokin 




27 


A. 


& M. Coal Co. 


Samuel Asciotti 


Girardville 




12 


A. 


& P. Coal Co. 9 


Joseph Reho 


Williams town 




22 


A. 


& S. Coal Co. 9 


Joseph Almeda 


Atlas 




20-23 


A. 


& T. Coal Co. 9 


Felix Andreatti 


Atlas 




20 


A. 


T. & D. Coal Co. 9 


Cyril Doyle 


Mount Carmel 




29 


A. 


& W. Coal Co. 9 


Joseph Astick 


Shamokin 




19 


A. 


& Y. Partnership 9 


Stephen Andrews 


Pottsville R. D. 


3 


22 


Abrasonis Coal Co. 9 


John Abrasonis 


Shenandoah 




1 


Ace Coal Co. B DM 


Louis Simoncelli 


Blakely 




12 


Acme Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Reho 


Will iamst own 




21-28 


Adams Coal Co. 9 


Foster Adams 


Helfenstein 




20 


Adams Coal Co. 9 


Adam Pisanko 


Kulpnont 




28 


Alarcon Coal Co. DM 


Frank Alarcon 


Keiser 




26 


Al 


essi Coal Co. DM 


Natalie Alessi 


Mahanoy City 




21 


Allen Mining Co. DM 


John Stranko 


Pottsville 




23 


Al 


Mar Coal Co. DM 


Albert Dietz 


Mount Carmel 




26 


Altamont Coal Co. BP 


George Kosishok 


Frackville 




20 


Amarose Bros. Coal Co. 9 


Louis Amarose 


Atlas 




22 


American Coal Co. 9 


Ira Hill 


Central ia 




19 


Andrews Partnership 9 


William Andrews 


Frackville 




30 


Anspach & Urabenhauer Coal Co. DM 9 


Fred Anspach 


Pine Grove R. D. 


1 


18 


Anthracite By-Products bk 


Walter Bobowsky 


McAdoo 




25-27 


Anthracite Fine Coals, Inc. BP DM S Robert Doebler 


Donaldson 




26 


Asciotti Coal Co. 9 


Sam Asciotti 


Girardville 




17 


Ash Coal Co. 9 


Chester Bixler 


Shamokin 




21 


Ashland Coal Co. 9 


Charles Oshman 


Ashland 




18 


Atlantic Management Co. W bk 


R. B. Ryon 


Mary-D 




12 


Atlas Coal Co. 9 


Michael Yuslum 


Williamstown 




15 


Audenried Mines, Inc. DM 


Daniel Bloss 


Hazleton 




28 


B. 


& B. Coal Co. 9 


Frank Barella 


Mount Carmel 




29 


B. 


& B. Coal Co. 9 


Gilbert Bridy 


Shamokin 




23 


B. 


& B. Coal Co. DM 9 


Norbert Anascavage 


Shamokin 




20 


B. 


& B. Coal Co. 9 


Amil Bielarski 


Ashland 




28 


B. 


& C. Coal Co. 9 


Edward Campbell 


Shamokin 




30 


B. 


& C. Coal Co. 9 


Willard Clark 


Hegins R. D. 1 




23 


B. 


& D. Coal Co. 9 


George Dedovich 


Excelsior 




22 


B. 


& D. Coal Co. 9 


Henry Barlow 


Atlas 




20-22 


B. 


& E. Coal Co. 9 


William Biscoe 


Girardville 




17 


B. 


& E. Coal Co. 9 


David A. Ernest 


Shamokin 




12 


B. 


& E. Coal Co. 9 


Boyd Strohecker 


Williamstown 




26 


B. 


& G. Coal Co. 9 


Joseph Benedict 


Mahanoy City 




26 


B. 


& H. Coal Co. 9 


Edward Brezinsky 


Kelayres 




21 


B. 


H. & L. Partnership 9 


George Honyara 


Minersville 




22 


B. 


& J. Coal Co. 9 


William Bernetski 


Mount Carmel 




30 


B. 


& K. Coal Co. 9 


Kenneth Wolfgang 


Donaldson 




29 


B. 


K. P. Coal Co. 9 


John Patrilak 


Keiser 




19 


B. 


K. & T. Coal Co. 9 


Frank Troxell 


Frackville 




29 


B. 


& L. Coal Co. 9 


Michael Grego 


Keiser 




12 


B. 


& M. Coal Co. 9 


Ralph Boyer 


Valley View 




16 


B. 


& M. Coal Co. DM 


Wayne Moyer 


Valley View 




19 


B. 


& M. Coal Co. 


John Bombar 


Minersville 




12 


B. 


M. M. Coal Co. 9 


Irvin Mace 


Spring Glen 




19 


B. 


& N. Coal Co. BP 


Kenneth Heiser 


Schuylkill Haven 




26 


B. 


& N. Coal Co. 9 


Steve Bolich 


Mahanoy City 




27 


B. 


& N. Coal Co. 9 


Chester Nork 


Shaft 




23 


B. 


N. & S. Coal Co. 9 


Peter Selock 


Kulpmont 




27 


B. 


8. 0. Coal Co. DM 


Charles Ressler 


Hegins R. D. 2 




29 


B. 


& 0. Coal Co. 9 


Peter Bendas 


Ranshaw 





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Ooerator 


General Manaaer 


Address 


12 


B. & P. Coal Co. 


William D. Showers 


Williamstown 


30 


B. R. T. Coal Co. 


Joseph Bahm 


Pine Grove R. D. 1 


23 


B. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Victor Blascovich 


Shamokin 


21 


B. Z. & D. Coal Co. 


Joseph Zitka 


Pottsville R. D. 2 


27 


Bain, Alfred S 


Alfred Bain 


Pine Grove 


17 


Banks Coal Co. 


Edward Parenzan 


Shamok in 


24 


Bar Mac Coal Co., Inc. BP 


Charles Greco 


Atlas 


13 


Bartoli Construction Co. bk 


Eugene Bartoli 


Wilkes-Barre 


20 


Bator Coal Co. 


Leo Bator 


Keiser 


21-25 


Batz Coal Co. 


Donald Batz 


Pine Grove R. D. 1 


19 


Bear Ridge Coal Co. 


Peter Saertsky 


Frackville 


15 


Beaver Brook Coal Co., Inc. BP S 


George Huss 


Ringtown 


27 


Beaver Coal Co. 


Robert Beaver 


Shenandoah 


28 


Bednarczyk Coal Co. DM 


Joseph W. Bednarczyk 


Shamokin 


1 


Beggin Coal Co. 9 


Michael Beggin 


Jessup 


1 


Belack, William S 


William Belack 


Carbondale R. D. 1 


11 


Bel Air Coal Co. BP 


Bert Andrews 


Duryea 


28 


Bell Coal Co. 9 


Michael Stasick 


Trevorton 


1 


Bell Mountain Coal Co. © 


William Endrezze 


Mocanaqua 


24 


Bellaire Coal Sales, Inc. W BP 


Alfons Smokowitz 


Shamokin 


19 


Bemitsky Coal Co. DM 


Albert Bemitsky 


New Philadelphia 


19 


Bernitsky & Stenulis Partnership 


Joseph Bernitsky 


New Philadelphia 


18 


Big Pine Coal, Inc. DM 


Vincent Basgil 


Middleport 


15-26 


Biskupics & Co. 9 


John Biskupics 


Tamaqua R. D. 2 


16 


Bixler Coal Co., Clayton M. BP 


Clayton Bixler 


Valley View 


16 


Bixler Coal Co., Herman DM 


Herman Bixler 


Valley View 


19 


Black Heath Coal & Const. Co., Inc. 1 


3 Allen C. Koch 


Cressona 


18 


Blashock Coal Co. 9 


John Blashock, Jr. 


Park Crest 


26 


Blaschak Coal Co. BP 


Anthony Blaschak 


Mahanoy City 


11 


Bliss Coal Co. BP S DM 


Carl Bliss 


Mildred 


18 


Bliss & Son, Inc. W bk 


R. T. Bliss, Sr. 


Nesquehoning 


12-21 


Bloch Bros. Coal Co. 9 


Paul Bloch 


Hegins R. D. 2 


21-25 


Blue Bell Enterprises S 


John Butcavage 


Minersville 


29 


Blue Coal Co. 9 


George Venarchick 


Shamokin 


12 


Blyler Coal Co., Glen 9 


Glen Blyler 


Williamstown 


27 


Bolich Coal Co. 9 


Marl in Bolich 


Ashland R. D. 1 


26 


Bologa & Co. 9 


John Bologa 


New Boston 


30 


Bonawitz Coal Co., Daniel 9 


Daniel Bonawitz 


Pine Grove 


26 


Boner & Webb Coal Co. 


James Boner 


Mahanoy City 


29 


Boots Coal Co. £ 


Albert Yurkiewicz 


Ranshaw 


21 


Bosack Coal Co. DM 


Frank Bosack, Jr. 


Pottsville R. D. 2 


21 


Bosack Coal Co. DM 


Frank Bosack, Sr. 


Pottsville R. D. 2 


29 


Boscolovich Coal Co. 9 


Arthur Boscolovich 


Ranshaw 


24 


Boslego Coal Co. DM 9 


Leona Boslego 


Kulpmont 


27 


Bowman & Coleman Coal Co. DM 


Henry Bowman 


Sacramento 


21 


Branch Coal Corp. BP bk 


Walter Ryon 


Pottsville 


29 


Bridy Coal Slope 9 


Gilbert Bridy 


Shamokin 


28-29 


Bridy, Incorporated S 


Edward A. Bridy 


Atlas 


26 


Brinsko Coal Co. 9 


John Brinsko 


Morea Colliery 


18 


Broad Mountain Coal Co. 9 


Joseph Swilp 


Cumbola 


18 


Brockton Black Beauty Coal Co. BP 


R. Tenaglia 


Brockton 


26 


Brokenshire & Co. 9 


George Brokenshire 


Barnesville R. D. 


12 


Brosious & Troup Coal Co. S 


Jay Troup 


Williamstown 


20 


Brown Coal Co. 9 


Harold Brown 


Natalie 


17 


Bruno & Peifer Coal Co. 9 


John E. Bruno 


Trevorton 


22 


Buck Coal Co. S 


John Miller 


Mount Carmel 


21 


Buck Mountain Coal Co. 9 


John Sholansky 


Minersville 


20 


Burnrite Coal Co. 9 


Joseph Zukas 


Atlas 


16 


Bush Coal Co. DM 


Earl Bush 


Tower City 


17 


Bush Coal Co. 9 


John B. Kidron 


Trevorton 


18 


Bushy Tract Coal Co. 9 


John Murphy, Jr. 


Middleport 


18 


Butensky Coal Co. 9 


Charles Butensky 


Branchdale 


11 


By lite Corp. BP bk 


Donald Markle, Jr. 


Wilkes-Barre 


11 


C. B. M. Coal Co. bk S 


Eugene Bartoli 


Wilkes-Barre 


23 


C. & D. Coal Co. 9 


Dominic Fernandez 


Keiser 


19 


C. & F. Coal Co. 9 


William Flail 


Frackville 


22 


C. & F. Contracting Co., Inc. bk 


Leonard Chapel ski 


Shamokin 


21 


C. F. & P. Coal Co. 9 


Horace Frantz 


Pottsville R. D. 1 


22 


C. & G. Coal Co. 9 


Charles Cress 


Girardville 


20 


C. & G. Coal Co. 9 


Thomas Clifford 


Shenandoah 


18 


C. & J. Coal Co. 9 


Charles Frye 


Quakake 


23-24-29 


C. & J. Coal Co. S 


Charles Greco 


Atlas 


21 


C. & K. Coal Co. 9 


George Carl 


Tower City 


30 


C. K. S. Coal Co. DM 


Henry Conrad 


Valley View 


23 


C. & M. Coal Co. 9 


Frank Cyzio 


Shamokin 



General Manager 



Address 



28 


C. & M. Coal Co. 


Richard Cooper 


Shamokin R. D. 1 




17 


C. & M. Coal Co. DM © 


Paul J. Costa 


Sunbury R. D. 2 




19 


C. & N. Coal Co. © 


Anthony Chukusky 


Frackville 




12 


C. & R. Coal Co. © 


Clair Snyder 


Lykens R. D. 1 




29 


C. & S. Coal Co. © 


Norman Shoffler 


Shamokin 




28 


C. & S. Coal Co. S 


Charles Candelora 


Elysburg 




1 


C. & S. Excavating Co. S 


Eldore Sebastianelli 


Dunmore 




19 


C. & V. Coal Co. 


Anthony Chukusky 


Frackville 




21 


C. & Y. Coal Co. 


William Yoder 


Pottsville R. D. 


2 


29 


Cains Coal Co. BP 


Edward Cain 


Shamok in 




18-19 


Canfield Construction Co. S 


Thomas Canfield 


Port Carbon 




17 


Capitol Coal Co. © 


John J. Bogetti 


Shamokin 




11 


Capon* Coal Co. S 


Patrick Capone 


Wilkes Barre 




27 


Capparell Coal Mining, Inc. BP 


S. Thomas Capparell 


Shenandoah 




27 


Capparell Strip. & Const. Co., Inc. S bk S. Thomas Capparell 


Shenandoah 




1 


Carbondale Coal Co. BP S 


Thomas J. Gillen, Jr. 


Carbondale 




24 


Carl Coal Co. © 


Leon Carl 


Shamokin 




21 


Cass Contracting Co. BP 


James V. Ryan 


Pottsville R. D. 


2 


23 


Chango Coal Co. DM 


Robert Pitello 


Mount Carmel 




18 


Charbon Fuel Sales, Inc. S 


Jesse C. Hill 


Orwigsburg 




22 


Charnick Coal Co. © 


Leo Charnick 


Frackville 




29 


Char-Will Coal Co. © 


Charles Nalewak 


Shamokin 




21 


Cherkis Partnership 


Wassel Cherkis 


Minersville 




23 


Chervanik Associates S 


Charles Chervanik 


Shamokin 




17 


Chestnut Coal Co. © 


Stephen Shingara 


Sunbury R. D. 3 




19 


Chukusky Coal Co. 9 


Anthony Chukusky 


Frackville 




26 


Chuppasko & Semanco 


John Semanco 


Gilberton 




16 


Clark Coal Co. DM 


Clark Maurer, Jr. 


Hegins 




19 


Clarkson Coal Co. DM 


Donald Brown 


Minersville 




23 


Clayberger & Co. © 


Ralph Clayberger 


Ranshaw 




3 


Coalbrook Sales Co., Inc. S 


Mary McHale 


Carbondale 




26 


Coleby Coal Co. W bk 


Garfield Schnee 


Hazleton 




27 


Colket Coal Co. © 


John Messaros 


Branchdale 




28 


Collier Coal Co. © 


Clair Collier 


Shamokin R. D. 2 




18 


Cooper Coal Co. , Adam © 


Adam Cooper 


Port Carbon 




19 


Cooper & Co. © 


Adam Cooper 


Port Carbon 




19 


Cooper Partnership © 


Bernard Cooper 


Port Carbon 




29 


Corcoran & Yohas Coal Co. © 


John Yohas 


Sunbury 




21 


Coxe Coal Co. DM 


Norman Essler 


Pottsville 




27 


Crossroads Coal Co. © 


Bart Skocek 


Ashland 




15 


Cunningham Coal Co. bk B 


Henry Ventree 


West Pittston 




24 


Czech Brothers Coal Co. © 


Stanley Czech 


Shamokin 




20 


D. & D. Coal Co. BP 


Cyril Doyle 


Mount Carmel 




29 


D. & D. Coal Co. © 


Charles Derek 


Shamokin 




24 


D. & D. Coal Co. © 


Randall Derek 


Shamokin 




18 


D. & D. Coal Co. © 


Joseph Dal vet 


Middleport 




29 


D. D. Z. Coal Co. © 


Joseph Dombroski 


Shamokin 




22 


D. F. & U. Coal Co. © 


Richard Urban 


Lost Creek 




19 


D. & G. Partnership © 


Stanley Gravish 


Cumbola 




22 


D. & H. Coal Co. © 


Peter Dillman 


Ringtown 




18 


D. & H. Coal Co. © 


Joseph Duroanski 


Mary-D 




17 


D. H. & W. Coal Co. DM 


Kenneth M. Whitmer 


Paxinos 




28 


D. & J. Coal Co. © 


Daniel Fedako 


Ashland 




22 


D. & K. Coal Co. 


Peter Dillman 


Ringtown 




21 


D. & K. Coal Co. © 


Albert Karol 


Pottsville R. D. 


1 


20 


D. K. & M. Coal Co. © 


Gurney K linger 


Hegins 




21 


D. & M. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Millard 


Minersville 




21 


D. & P. Coal Co. © 


John Doyle 


Pottsville R. D. 


2 


20 


D. & N. Coal Co. DM © 


Edward Narcavage 


Mount Carmel 




20 


D. R. Z. Coal Co. © 


Ernest DiRienzo 


Keiser 




26 


D. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Vincent Swartz 


Mahanoy City 




26 


D. & S. Coal Co. © 


Felix D'casimirro 


Morea Colliery 




29 


D. & T. Coal Co. • 


John C. Deitrick 


Paxinos 




24 


D. & Z. Coal Co. BP 


Stanley Diminick 


Shamokin 




19 


Dale Contracting Corp. BP 


Ralph Steindel 


Scranton 




28 


Dallabrida Coal Co. © 


Fred Dallabrida 


Keiser 




21 


Dando Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Dando 


Pottsville 




21 


Dando & Troup Coal Co. S 


David J. Dando 


Minersville 




1 


DeAngelis Supreme Anth. , Inc. B DM bk 


John C. Baumann 


Carbondale 




23 


Dean Coal Co. © 


Donald Krebs 


Shamokin 




27 


Deitrich & Ebert Coal Co. DM 


Lewis Deitrich 


Gordon 




27 


Dembinski Coal Co. © 


Wash Dembinski 


Ashland R. D. 1 




29 


Derek & Wagner Coal Co. • 


Robert Derek 


Ranshaw 





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162 Biljgia Operator 



General Manager 



Address 



19 Diamond Coal Co. 

21 Diamond Coal Co. O 

20 Diamond Coal Co., Inc. BP 
3 Diamond Colliery Co. DM S 

11 Dicksville Coal Co. BP DM 

24 Diminick Coal Sales BP 

21 DiRenzo Coal Co. BP 
1 Do-Leb Coal Co. 

25 Dombrosky Co., Albert 

23 Doyle, Cletus 

24 Dreibelbies Mining Co. 
19 Dudash Coal Co. © 

24 Dugan Coal Co. O 

24 Duke Associates DM 

22 Dyszel Coal Co. 

22 Dyszel Coal Co. 9 

22 Dyszel Coal Co. 

11 E. & B. Coal Sales BP S 

21 E. B. & K. Coal Co. 9 

16 E. & H. Coal Co. DM 
24 E. & S. Coal Co. 9 

28 E. & T. Coal Co. DM 
19 Eagle Hill Coal Co. 9 

19 Eagle Hill Partnership 9 
30 East Kalmia Coal Co. 9 

11 Eastern Mining Corp. DM 

17 Echo Coal Co. 

17-24-29 Edgewood Contracting Co. S 

24 Eldy Coal Co. 9 

12 Elizabethville Coal Co. W bk 

23 Else, Charles 9 

30 Emerich, William G. W bk 

26 Englewood Coal Co. BP 

20 Ennis Coal Co. DM 

16 Erdraan Brothers Coal Co. DM 
1 Esgro Coal Co. DM 

30 Etzweiler Coal Co. 9 

29 Eureka Coal Co. 9 

21 F. K. & R. Coal Co. 9 

18 F. & S. Coal Co. DM 

22 F. & S. Coal Co. 9 
21 F. & V. Coal Co. 
18 F. & W. Coal Co. 9 

21 F. & W. Cinder Contracts S 

17 Fairdeal Coal Co. DM 

25 Falls Coal Co. • 

18 Farley & Ihnat Coal Co. DM 
25 Fasnacht Coal Co. O 

25 Faust Coal Co., Charles 
25-27 Fay-Mar Coal Co. 9 

17 Fed Coal Co. 9 

26 Fegley Bros. Coal Co. DM 

26 Fegley Bros. Coal Co. 9 

25 Fegley Coal Co., Ernest 9 
15 Fellin Coal Co. O 

15 Fern Glen Mining Co. DM 

27 Fetterolf Coal Co. 9 

28 Fetterolf Coal Co. 9 

30 Fireside Mining, Inc. 

24 Flame Coal Co. O 

29 Folger & Chapleski W S 

26 Forgotsch Bros. 
26 Forsum Coal Co. DM 

24 Four Partners Coal Co. 
28 Foura Coal Co. 9 

19 Francis Coal Co. 

25 Franklin Coal Co. BP 

18 Frye Brothers Coal Co. 9 

19 Furnival Partnership 9 
12 G. A. D. Coal Co. DM 

21 G. & B. Coal Co. 9 

22 G. D. & S. Coal Co. 9 
22 G. F. B. & G. Coal Co. O 
21 G. & K. Coal Co. 9 
19 G. & L. Coal Co. bk 



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Peter Smertsky 
George Pinchorskie 
Saverio Greco 
Joseph Giovannini 
Joseph Kenzakoski 
Valente Scicchitano 
Dominick DiRenzo 
D. Polletti 
Albert Dombrosky 
Cletus Doyle 
John Dreibelbies 
Thomas Dudash 
Joseph Leschinski 
Joseph Duke 
Stephen Dyszel 
Joseph Dyszel 
Peter Dyszel 
Edwin Booth, Sr. 
William Eltringham 
Edward Melusky 
Jay M. Seger 
Pete Ibanez 
Joseph Donitus 
Leo Shapell 
Jacob Reedy, Sr. 
Bruno Felletti 
Paul J. Costa 
Floyd Doty 
William Lytle 
Eston R. Klinger 
Charles Else 
William G. Emerich 
Michael Sluck 
William Ennis 
Jay Erdraan 
Dominick Esgro 
Norman Etzweiler 
Charles Rozinski 
Edward Fey 
D. Brown 
Francis Revenis 
Walter Whalen 
Melvin Wolfe 
Desmond J. Farrow 
Leon E. Shingara 
Herman Stein 
N. J. Farley 
Noel Fasnacht, Sr. 
Charles Faust 
Charles Leininger 
Edward T. Shingara 
John Fegley 
Leonard Fegley 
Ernest Fegley 
David Fellin 
Gerald Brior 
Walter Mudry 
James Fetterolf 
John McCul lough 
Ralph Koch 
Leonard Chapleski 
Vincent Forgotsch 
Joseph Sluck 
John Vrona 
Ben Foura 
Francis Stanton 
Franklin Miller 
Robert Frye 
Michael Dudash 
Iamar Artz 
John Barnetsky 
Anthony Gonzalo 
Andy Felix 
Michael Kauffman 
George Gormas 



Frackville 

Williamstown 

Mount Carmel 

Exeter 

Luzerne 

Paxinos 

Pottsville R. D. 2 

Jessup 

Cressona 

Mount Carmel 

Shamokin 

Port Carbon 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Girardville 

Girardville 

Frackville 

Mildred 

Branchdale 

Minersville 

Shamokin 

Mount Carmel 

Pottsville 

Barnesville 

Williamstown 

West Pittston 

Sunbury R. D. 2 

Shamok in 

Shamokin R. D. 2 

Elizabethville 

Kulpmont 

Ono 

Frackville 

Ashland 

Valley View 

Jermyn 

Valley View 

Shamokin 

Hegins R. D. 2 

Minersville 

Central ia 

Pottsville R. D. 2 

New Ringgold 

Minersville 

Shamokin 

Zerbe 

Pottsville R. D. 1 

Tremont 

Muir 

Tremont 

Shamokin R. D. 1 

Mahanoy City 

Barnesville 

Pine Grove 2 

Sheppton 

Rock Glen 

Kulpmont 

Shamokin R. D. 1 

St. Clair 

Shamokin 

Ranshaw 

Mahanoy City 

Gilberton 

Shamokin 

Shamokin R. D. 2 

Cumbola 

Tremont 

Quakake 

Pottsville R. D. 3 

Pine Grove R. D. 2 

Minersville 

Strong 

Central ia 

Pottsville R. D. 2 

Pottsville 



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16-28 
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27 
19 
25 

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15 
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G. & M. Coal Co. DM 

G. & M. Coal Co. 

G. M. P. Coal Co. DM 

G. Q. & R. Coal Co. O 

G. & S. Coal Co., Inc 

G. & T. Coal Co. O 

Gangloff Brothers bk 

Garber Coal Co. © 

Garcia Coal Co. © 

Garfield Coal Co. © 

Gatti Engineering Co., Inc. DM 

Gaughan Coal Co. © 

Gavalis Co., Joseph S 

Gem Coal Co. © 

Genee Mining Co. © 

Germyn Mining Co. O 

Gigliello Coal Co. DM 

Gilberton Coal Co. BP S 

Glen Alden Corporation i 

Glenn Worth Coal Co. BP 

Glosek Bros. Coal Sales, 

Goat Hill Coal Co. 

Gonder Coal Co. © 

Gordon Mountain Coal Co. © 

Gorenty Coal Co. 

Gormas Coal Co. © 

Gormas Bros. Coal Co. 

Gowen Coal Co. DM 

Gowen Coal Co. B S 

Green Coal Co. DM 

Greenwood Mining Co. BP 

Greenwood Stripping Corp. S 

Grego & Deitz Coal Co. © 

Greybosh Coal Co. BP 

Grigas Coal Co. DM © 

Gripp Coal Co. © 

Grove Excavating Co. DM 

Gryskiewicz, Fred © 

Grzywacz Coal Co. © 

Gudelunas Coal Co. © 

Gusick Coal Co. © 



bk 

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Inc. BP S 



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B. Coal Co. 
F. Coal Co. 

F. Coal Co. 

G. Coal Co. 
H. Coal Co. 
H. Coal Co. 

& H. Coal Co 
K. Coal Co. © 
H. K. & K. Coal Co. O 
H. & L. Coal Co. • 
H. L. D. Coal Co. • 



© 
© 
© 
DM 



BP DM 



DM 



H. & M. Coal Co. 

H. & M. Coal Co. 

H. & 0. Coal Co. 

H. & P. Coal Co. 

H. & S. Coal Co. 

H. & S. Coal Co. 

H. S. S. Coal Co. © 

H. & W. Coal Co. DM bk 

H. & W. Coal Co. O 

Haas Coal Co. © 

Halaburda Coal Co. © 

Haldeman Coal Co. © 

Halsey Contracting Corp. S 

Hank's Coal Co. DM 

Harbon Coal & Contracting Co. S 

Harjay & Co., Joseph © 

Harman Coal Co. DM 

Harry's Coal Co. © 

Harvey Coal Co. © 

Hatter Bro6. Coal Co. © 

Hatter Coal Co. DM 

Hauptly, J. & Hoke C. S 



Albert Mechese 
Leroy Manhart 
Vincent Miskell 
William Raudenbush 
A. M. Gilham 
Malcolm Thompson 
Gene Gangloff 
Joseph Garber 
Joseph Garcia 
John Lot is 
Gerald Gatti 
Thomas Gaughan 
Joseph Gavalis 
Vaughn K. Ditty 
Anthony Kofchak 
William Whyne 
John Gigliello 
Garfield Schnee 
Ivor L. Williams 
Joseph A. Hauptly 
Frank E. Glosek 
John J. Albert 
Isaac Gonder 
Stanley Sobolesky 
Earl Gorenty 
George Gormas 
George Gormas 
0. E. Salter 
Elmer Roth 
Roy Green 
J. Fauzio 
F. Fauzio 
Stanley Grego 
John Greybosh 
Peter Grigas 
Peter Gripp 
Malcolm Pattison 
Fred Gryskiewicz 
Joseph Grzywacz 
Frank J. Gudelunas 
Edward Gusick 
Joseph 01 a f 
William Hahn 
Robert Hornberger 
Leonard Hornberger 
Orville Henninger 
Joseph Zurat 
Harry D. Reitz 
Charles Koons 
John Kasmer 
Henry Lisowski 
Monroe Header 
Charles Mitchell 
Paul Hutira 
Leonard Hornberger 
John Hudock 
Theodore Horoshak 
Dale Herb 
Russel Houtz 
William E. Heitzman 
Charles Hutnick 
Lester Haas 
Bernard Halaburda 
Adam Haldeman 
Vincent Halsey 
Henry W. Szymanski 
J. Harlem 
Joseph Harjay 
Clair Harman 
Harry Preston 
James Harvey 
Charles Hatter 
Ernest Hatter 
Carl J. Hoke 



Girardville 

Ashland 

Mount Carmel 

Llewellyn 

Nesquehoning 

Donaldson 

New Ringgold 

Williamstown 

Kulpmont 

Shamokin 

Drifton 

Ashland 

Orwlgsburg 

Gowen City 

Mahanoy City 

Ashland 

Yatesville 

Gilberton 

Ashley 

Pottsville 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Williamstown 

Miners vi lie 

Middleport 

Pottsville 

Pottsville 

Shamokin 

Fern Glen 

Hegins R. D. 2 

Tama qua 

Nesquehoning 

Shamokin 

Hazleton R. D. 1 

Girardville 

Shamokin 

Laflin 

Kulpmont 

Archbald 

Mount Carmel 

Kulpmont 

Kulpmont 

Brockton 

Lavelle 

Ashland R. D. 1 

Shamokin 

Pine Grove R. D. 3 

Milton 

Valley View 

Paxinos 

Minersville 

Ashland R. D. 1 

Girardville 

Frackville 

Ashland 

Pottsville R. D. 2 

Shamokin 

Hegins R. D. 1 

Reinerton 

Shamokin R. D. 2 

Ashland 

Pitman 

Frackville 

Pine Grove 3 

Carbondale 

Mount Carmel 

Tama qua 

Shenandoah 

Valley View 

Atlas 

Schuylkill Haven 

Gratz 

Hegins 

Pottsville 



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District 


Ooerator 


General Manaaer 


Address 


18 


Ha z let on Cinder & Supply bk 


R. S. Anderson 


Beaver Meadows 


21-25-27 


Hegins Mining Co. BP DM 


William Carl 


Hegins 


11 


Heights Coal Co. DM S 


Gene Popple 


Pittston 


25 


Herb & Reed Co. DM 


Harry Reed 


Tower City 


12 


Herb Coal Co. © 


Frank Herb 


Berrysburg 


30 


Herring Brothers DM 


Lester L. Herring 


Pine Grove R. D. 2 


30 


Herring Coal Co. DM 


Daniel Herring 


Pine Grove R. D. 2 


25 


Herring-Smith-Frew Coal Co. © 


Harvey Herring 


Tremont 


30 


Herring & Zimmerman Coal Co. © 


Richard Herring 


Pine Grove R. D. 2 


16 


High Test Coal Co. DM 


Kenneth Curran 


Minersville 


19 


Hill Coal Co. 


Thomas Donald 


New Philadelphia 


18 


Hillside Coal Co. BP 


T. Norvidas 


Tamaqua R. D. 3 


27 


Hill Vue Coal Co. BP 


Stanley Polaski 


Ashland 


21 


Hoffman, Howard S 


Howard Hoffman 


Pottsville 


16 


Hoffman Coal Co. © 


Roy Hoffman 


Klingerstown 


19 


Holmes Coal Co. 


John Kline 


Palo Alto 


15 


Honeybrook Mines, Inc. B S 


George Seller 


Audenried 


24 


Hoover Mining Co. BP 


George W. Hoover 


Sunbury 


27 


Hoover & Reed Coal Co. DM 


Allen Reed 


Cressona 


19 


Horvath Partnership 9 


William Horvath 


Girardville 


20 


Howells, T. S. & Olaf S. Strip. Co. 


S Stanley Olaf 


Kulpmont 


1-11 


Hudson Realty Co., Inc. S 


Ivor L. Williams 


Wilkes-Barre 


15-26 


Huss, George S bk 


George Huss 


Beaver Brook 


25 


Huth Coal Co. 9 


Peter Huth 


Zerbe 


25 


Indian Head Coal Co. B S bk 


Peter Loretti 


Pine Grove 


23 


J. 


B. Coal Co. 


Francis Kocur 


Shamokin 


20 


J. 


& C. Coal Co. 


Salvatore Coroniti 


Kulpmont 


20 


J. 


& C. Coal Co. © 


James Rovito 


Kulpmont 


16 


J. 


& C. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Walacavage 


Pottsville R. D. 1 


22 


J. 


& D. Coal Co. 9 


Joseph Dyszel 


Girardville 


19 


J. 


D. S. Coal Co. DM 


Michael J. Herbert 


Minersville 


26 


J- 


C. B. Coal Co. 9 


George Boychock 


Gilbert on 


29 


J. 


& K. Coal Co. 9 


John Korzeniecki 


Mount Carmel 


20 


J. 


J. J. Coal Co. 9 


Joseph Yatsko 


Mount Carmel 


30 


J. 


& S. Coal Co. © 


George Carl 


Tower City 


12 


J. 


& S. Coal Co. © 


Stiney Rodichak 


Williamstown 


15-20-22 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. B S bk 


Wilmot C. Jones 


Jeddo 


24 


Jeremiah Partnership 9 


Benjamin Jeremiah 


Shamokin 


25 


Jewell Ridge Coal Co. DM 


Andrew Drebitko 


Pottsville 


29 


Joe Coal Co. 9 


Joseph Doabroski 


Shamokin 


30 


Joliett Realty Co. BP 


Peter Loretti 


Pine Grove 


26 


Jones Coal Co. DM 


John Jones 


Mahanoy City 


12 


K. 


A. M. Coal Co. W bk 


Peter J. McCormick 


Lykens 


30 


K. 


B. M. K. Coal Co. © 


Leonard Krise, Sr. 


Tremont 


24 


K. 


& D. Coal Co. BP 


Albert Koppenhaver 


Shamokin 


30 


K. 


& D. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Dando 


Pottsville R. D. 2 


20 


K. 


& D. Coal Co. 9 


Anthony Kurtz 


Shamokin 


12 


K. 


E. W. Coal Co. DM 


Kermit Klinger 


Gratz 


27 


K. 


& G. Coal Co. DM 


El wood Knorr 


Hegins R. D. 1 


29 


K. 


& G. Coal Co. © 


Harry Gruzul 


Ranshaw 


20 


K. 


& G. Coal Co. © 


Anthony Kurtz 


Shamokin 


24 


K. 


G. & L. Mining Co. © 


John Krolick 


Kulpmont 


21 


K. 


G. & P. Coal Co. © 


Floyd Koch 


Schuylkill Haven 


20 


K. 


& H. Coal Co. DM 


Charles Hepler 


Kulpmont 


22 


K. 


& H. Excavating, Inc. S 


Edward Helfrick 


Mount Carmel 


19 


K. 


H. & E. Coal Co. • 


George Kripas 


Port Carbon 


29 


K. 


H. K. Coal Co. © 


Robert Kabonick 


Shamokin 


22 


K. 


H. & P. Coal Co. S 


William Hampton 


Aristes 


26 


K. 


& K. Coal Co. © 


John Klipola 


Mahanoy City 


23 


K. 


& K. Coal Co. © 


George Kastroba 


Ranshaw 


22 


K. 


& K. Coal Co. S 


Joseph R. Kovaleski 


Mount Carmel 


12 


K. 


& L. Coal Co. 


Wilmer Long 


Elizabethville 


21 


K. 


& L. Coal Co. 


Robert Kahler 


Helfenstein 


20-23 


K. 


& L. Coal Co. • 


Edward Lashendock 


Keiser 


21 


K. 


& M. Coal Co. • 


Con Kulpcavage 


Pottsville R. D. 2 


19 


K. 


& M. Coal Co. © 


Charles Metroka 


St. Clair 


18 


K. 


& M. Coal Co. © 


Adam Kanger 


Cumbola 


18 


K. 


M. & F. Coal Service BP 


H. Fees 


Middleport 


30 


K. 


& N. Coal Co. • 


Bruce Klouser 


Valley View 


20 


K. 


& P. Coal Co. • 


Charles Koschoff 


Catawissa R. D. 1 


21 


K. 


& P. Coal Co. BP 


Charles Kiertekles 


Minersville 


20 


K. 


& P. Coal Co. 9 


John Polcovich 


Central ia 


11 


K. 


P. T. Coal Co. S 


Joseph Kenzakoski 


Wilkes-Barre 


27 


K. 


O.R. Coal Co. DM 


Stanley Korenkewicz 


Lost Creek 


27 


K.I 


R.G. Coal Co. DM 


Howard Renninger 


Pine Grove 



District Operator 



General Manager 



Address 



165 



27 


K. & S. Coal Co. » 


23 


K. & S. Coal Co. • 


28 


K. W. & J. Coal Co. © 


12 


K. W. K. Coal Co. 


29 


K. & Z. Coal Co. © 


24 


K. & Z. Coal Co. 


21 


Karbar Coal Co. 


29 


Kaleta Coal Co. © 


1-3 


Kaminski Bros., Inc. S 


11-15 


Kassa Coal Co. BP S bk 


30 


Keffers Coal Co. DM © 


16 


Kehler Coal Co. DM 


30 


Keim Coal Co. DM 


17 


Kent Coal Co. 


22 


Kerrigan, Paul S 


28 


Kerstetter Coal Co. 


24 


Kerstetter & Weikel © 


19 


Keystock & Klinger Partnership 


24 


Kilo Brothers Coal Co. 


12 


Kimmel Coal Co. bk 


30 


Kintzel Brothers Coal Co. 


19 


Klimas Coal Co. DM 


27 


Klinger Coal Co. 


25 


Klinger Coal Co., Harry 


19 


Klinger Coal Co. 


26 


Kluchinsky & Co. 


25 


Knorr & Geist 


25-27 


Knorr Coal Co. © 


25 


Koch's Coal Co. BP 


30 


Kocher Coal Co. BP 


19 


Kochmier Coal Co. 


19 


Kochmier Partnership 


25 


Koons & Reber Coal Co. © 


21 


Kopentz Coal Co. © 


27 


Koperna Coal Co. © 


25 


Koperna Coal Co., Frank O 


25 


Koperna Coal Co. © 


23 


Kopitsky Brothers © 


12-16 


Koppenhaver Coal Co. DM 


21 


Koris Co., Inc. S 


20 


Koschoff Coal Co. © 


20 


Koss Coal Co. © 


19 


Kost Partnership © 


20 


Kovach Coal Co. © 


21 


Kowalchick, Michael BP 


23 


Kozar Coal Co. © 


30 


Kreiser, Harvey R. W bk 


18-19 


Krell Coal Co., Philip S 


18 


Kristoff Coal Co. DM 


21-30 


Kulp Coal Co., Paul © 


28 


Kulpmont Coal Co. © 


1 


Kuna Coal Co. S bk 


20 


L. & B. Coal Co. © 


15 


L. & D. Mining, Inc. DM© 


20 


L. & E. Coal Co. © 


24 


L. & G. Coal Co. © 


30 


L. & H. Coal Co. DM 


12 


L. & K. Coal Co. © 


16 


L. & L. Coal Co. © 


28 


L. & L. Coal Co. © 


29 


L. & M. Coal Co. • 


17 


L. & M. Coal Co. • 


16 


L.~0: B. Coal Co. « 


28 


L. & S. Coal Co. © 


24 


L. & Z. Coal Co. © 


20 


L. & Z. Coal Co. © 


1 


Lackawanna Cinder & Silt Co. bk 


12 


Lahr Coal Co. © 


18 


Lanscoal Coal Co., Inc. DM 


29 


Lashendock & Glowaski Coal Co. © 


18 


Laurel Hill Coal Co. DM 


26 


Lazo Coal Co. © 


15 


Lee Mining Co., J. F. DM 


16 


Legal Coal Co. BP S 


11-15-22- 


•26 Lehigh Valley Antfu, Inc. BP bk S DM 



Clair Kimnel 
Enoch Karlovich 
Wilbur Johnson 
Bryant Klinger 
Joseph Zack 
Henry Zimmerman 
Albert Karol 
James Kaleta 
Walter Kozak 
Nicholas Kassa 
Peter Poletti 
CI eat on Kehler 
Ralph Keim 
Wot. J. Reichenbach 
Paul Kerrigan 
Lemar Kerstetter 
Eugene Weikel 
Anthony Keysock 
Stephen Klebasko 
William Kimmel 
Nathan Kintzel 
Albert Klimas 
Earl Klinger 
Harry Klinger 
Homer Klinger 
Albert Kluchinsky 
El wood Knorr 
Leroy Knorr 
Joseph Koch 
Leon E. Kocher 
Joseph Kochmier 
John Kochmier 
Marcus Koons 
Paul Kopentz 
Andrew Koperna 
Frank Koperna 
John Koperna 
Leo Kopitsky 
Howard Koppenhaver 
Robert W. Rissinger 
Charles Koschoff 
Alfred Lucas 
Charles Kost 
Alex Kovach 
Michael Kowalchick 
Robert D. Kozar 
Harvey R. Kreiser 
Philip Krell 
G. Kristoff 
Paul Kulp 
Michael Habowski 
Peter Kuna 
John Lauda 
Gene Schan 
Peter Elgin 
Earl Greager 
David Lehman 
Kilmer Long 
Floyd Long 
John Lenig 
Luke McDonald 
Gilbert L. Maurer 
Mark Osman 
Salvatore Stellar 
Michael Zyry 
Joseph Zukas 
William Calpin 
Marl in Lahr 
S. Karabinus 
Edward Lashendock 
A. Wiesacosky 
Stiney Lazaravage 
Joseph Lee 
Harry Golden 
Frank Moran 



Pine Grove 

Mount Carmel 

Elysburg 

Lykens 

Shamokin 

Shamok in 

Pottsville R. D. 1 

Shamokin 

Avoca 

Dupont 

Valley View 

Hegins 

Tower City R. D. 1 

Trevorton 

Ashland 

Shamokin R. D. 2 

Shamokin R. D. 2 

St. Clair 

Shamokin 

Jonestown R. D. 2 

Pine Grove R. D. 2 

New Philadelphia 

Hegins R. D. 2 

Ashland 

Gordon 

Mahanoy City 

Hegins 

Hegins 

Pine Grove 

Valley View 

Mary-D 

C umbo la 

Pine Grove 3 

Pottsville R. D. 1 

Schuylkill Haven 

Schuylkill Haven 1 

Schuylkill Haven 1 

Ranshaw 

Tremont 

Valley View 

Catawissa 

Lavelle 

St. Clair 

Kulpmont 

Minersville 

Shamokin 

Annville R. D. 2 

Tamaqua R. D. 3 

Mary-D 

Wiconisco 

Kulpmont 

Carbondale 

Keiser 

Hazleton 

Atlas 

Shamok in 

Tremont 

Elizabethville 

Klingerstown 

Shamokin R. D. 1 

Ashland 

Trevorton 

Valley View 

Shamokin 

Shamok in 

Atlas 

Scranton 

Williamstown 

Lansford 

Keiser 

Pottsville 

Mahanoy City 

Hazleton 

Pottsville R. D. 2 

West Pittston 



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Operator 


General Manaqer 


Address 


30 


Lehman Coal Co. © 


Mervin Lehman 


Pine Grove R. D. 1 


30 


Lengel Coal Co., Warren DM 


Warren Lengel 


Pine Grove R. D. 2 


15 


Leonard Coal Co. BP 


Frank Leonard 


Hazleton 


30 


Licoma Coal Co. DM 


John Mazur 


Mount Carmel 


24 


Linda Mining Co. © 


Wilbert Elliott 


Shamokin 


23 


Little Coal Co. © 


Edward L. Little 


Kulpmont 


21 


Live Oak Coal Co. BP 


Peter Laychock, Sr. 


Pottsville R. D. 1 


26 


Locust Valley Coal Co. B bk 


Herman Yudacufski 


Mahanoy City 


11 


Lombard! Coal Co. S 


Nuncio Lombardi 


Moosic 


23 


Lone Pine Coal Co. © 


Jerome Zupchick 


Shamokin 


22 


Lone Star Coal Co. DM 


Kenneth Curran 


Minersville 


18 


Lone Star Coal Co. DM © 


Michael Bubel 


Brockton 


29 


Long & Long Coal Co. © 


John Long 


Shamokin 


28 


Lotus Coal Co. © 


Thomas Anzulavich 


Shamokin 


22 


Low Ash Coal Co. © 


John Kudrick 


Girardville 


24 


Lower Region Colliery W 


Howard Tharp 


Shamokin 


12 


Lucas & Sons Coal Co., Earl 


Earl Lucas 


Hegins R. D. 2 


30 


Lucas Coal Co., Fred DM 


Fred Lucas 


Tremont 


16 


M. A. C. C. Coal Co. DM 


Albert Artz 


Hegins 


30 


M. B. G. Coal Co. © 


Ralph E. Miller 


Pine Grove R. D. 1 


28 


M. G. & S. Coal Co. © 


Joseph Murin 


Mount Carmel 


20 


M. & H. Coal Co. 


John Mekosh 


Ashland 


22 


M. K. & Z. Coal Co. © 


Edward McGinley 


Kulpmont 


22 


M. & M. Coal Co. bk 


Frank Moncavage 


Mount Carmel 


20 


M. & M. Coal Co. © 


Francis Matzura 


Mount Carmel 


21 


M. & N. Coal Co. DM 


Michael Olenick 


Pottsville 


20 


M. 0. 0. Coal Co. « 


Michael Olesnevich 


Shamokin 


21 


M. & P. Coal Co. © 


Lester A. Malafarino 


Ashland 


22 


M. Q. & U. Coal Co. © 


Edward McGinley 


Kulpmont 


12 


M. & R. Coal Co. © 


John W. Miller 


Millersburg 


21 


M. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Francis Stine 


Branch Dale 


19 


M. & T. Partnership © 


Michael Dudash 


Port Carbon 


20 


M. & K. Coal Co. DM 


William H. Brennan 


Mount Carmel 


25 


M. W. S. Coal Co. © 


Palmer Mervine 


Ashland 1 


29 


M. & Y. Coal Co. © 


Joseph Yankoski 


Shamokin 


11 


Macarelli Coal Co. DM 


Matthew Macarelli 


Wilkes-Barre 


17 


Mace Coal Co. © 


Russell Mace 


Shamokin 


17 


Machesic & Crissinger Coal Co. © 


Adam M. Machesic 


Trevorton 


30 


Madenford Coal Co. DM © 


George Madenford 


Jol iett 


27 


Makarczyk Coal Co. © 


Joseph Makarczyk 


Shenandoah 


27 


Malho Coal Co. BP DM 


Anthony Malho 


Lavelle 


21 


Malusky Coal Co. © 


Joseph Malusky 


Minersville 


27 


Mammoth Coal Co. S 


Herman Belardi 


Lost Creek 


19-21-30 


Manbeck Dredging Co. W bk 


Charles D. Manbeck 


Schuylkill Haven 


23 


Maple Coal Co. © 


Thomas Kulbacki 


Shamokin 


21 


Maple Spring Coal Co. BP 


Joseph Pillus 


Seltzer 


12 


Marchuk Coal Co. © 


Steve Marchuk 


Reinerton 


15 


Marko Coal Co. © 


John Marko 


Shenandoah 


21 


Marko Land Co. S 


Paul Kerrigan 


Frackville 


18 


Markosky & Ponzurick Coal Co. © 


Joseph Markosky 


Zion Grove 


17 


Marquette Coal Co. © 


Darwin H. Marquette 


Shamokin 


18 


Mar Stripping & Excavating Co. bk 


J. D. A. Mariner 


Tamaqua R. D. 2 


27 


Mataka Coal Co. © 


John Mataka 


Pottsville R. D. 2 


1 


Matisko Coal Co. bk 


John Matisko 


Lake Ariel 


26 


Matrishin & Co. © 


John Matrishin 


Barnesville 


28-29 


Mattis Coal Co. © 


Frank Mattis 


Shamokin 


21 


Matz Coal Co. © 


Andrew Matz 


Pottsville R. D. 1 


16 


Maurer Coal Co., Clark DM 


Clark Maurer, Jr. 


Hegins 


28 


Maurer Mine, Paul DM © 


Paul Maurer 


Shamokin 


28 


Maurer Mine, Raymond © 


Raymond Maurer 


Helfenstein 


12 


Maurer Coal Co., Wilmer DM 


Wilmer Maurer 


Hegins R. D. 2 


12 


Mauser Coal Co. © 


Albert Mauser 


Loyal ton 


23 


Mayton Brothers © 


Joseph Mayton 


Shamokin 


26 


Mazaika Bros. Coal Co. BP 


Edward Mazaika 


Tamaqua R. D. 2 


1 


Mazzoni Coal Co. DM 


Delmo Mazzoni 


Peckville 


12 


Meadowbrook Coal Co. BP 


Leslie Kimmel 


Tower City 


20 


Mekosh Coal Co. © 


John Mekosh 


Ashland 


27 


Mercy Coal Co. DM 


Marl in Bender 


Tower City 


27 


Mercury Coal Co. DM 


Leon Richter 


Tremont 


15 


Merola Coal Co. © 


Joseph Merola 


Pardeesville 


25 


Mervine & Sabatino Coal Co. © 


Palmer Mervine 


Hegins 


27 


Metzinger Coal Co. DM 


Donald Metzinger 


Lavelle 


27 


Mickey Coal Co. 9 


Joseph Mickatavage 


Ashland 


1 


Micklick Coal Co. © 


Steve Micklick 


Jessup 


1 


Mid-Valley Coal Co. DM 


Anthony Matrone 


Old Forge 



Operator 



General Manager 



Address 



J 67 



23-29 Miller Coal Co. 

27 Miller Coal Co. DM 

15 Miller & Co. 9 

19 Minarick Coal Co. © 

22 Mince Coal Co. © 

21 Minchoff & Weikel Coal Co. © 

17 Minel, Inc. s 

15 Mineral is Recovery Corp. B bk 
21 Minersville Coal Co., Inc. BP 

25 Minnichbach Coal Co. © 

11 Mitchell Coal Co. DM 

26 Mockinick & Co. © 

3 Moffat Coal Co., Inc. B DM S 

3 Monroe Co., Inc. W bk 

21 Montrose Coal Co. DM 

17 Moore Coal Co. © 

20 Morack Coal Co. DM 
26 Moran & Co. 9 

26 Morea Mining Co., Inc. S 

16 Morgan & Harner Co. DM 

12 Morgan Coal Co., Herman © 
12 Morgan Coal Co. © 

29 Moroz Coal Co. © 

24 Morta Coal Co. © 

27 Mosolino Contracting Co. W bk 
29 Motto Coal Co. © 

18 Mountain Side Coal Co. BP 
3 Mountain Slope Coal Co. DM 

25 Mountain Top Coal Co. © 

15 McAdoo Coal Mining © 
29 McBab Coal Co. © 

19 McElvaney Coal Co. © 

19 N. & F. Partnership 

17 N. & L. Coal Co. © 

20 N. & M. Coal Co. © 
12 N. N. K. Coal Co. © 

3 N. & R. Coal Co. bk 

25 Nagle, Inc., W. Joseph S 

29 Nahodil Coal Co. © 

29 Nat Coal Co. © 

29 National Mining Co. DM 

27 Neumeister's Coal Co. DM 

21 Neumeister Coal Co. © 

21 Neumeister & Son Coal Co. © 

16 Ney & Lehman Coal Co. DM 
19 Ney Partnership © 

18 Niadna Coal Co., Frank © 

24 North Line Coal Co. S 

17 North Side Coal Co. © 

1 Northwest Mining Co., Inc. B DM 

19 Noyalas Coal Co. © 

28 No. 1 Vein Coal Mine DM 
12 No. 4 Coal Co. DM 

29 0. & B. Coal Co. © 

20 0. & M. Coal Co. © 

25 Oakwood Coal Co. BP 

23 Olbrish Brothers © 

3 Old Forge Coal Co. B 

21 Old Mill Coal Yard BP 
21 Olenick Coal Co. © 

21 Olenick Brothers Coal Co. 

18 Olesky Coal Co. © 

11 Oliver Coal Co. DM 

26 Olman & Co. © 

23 Olsenevich & Mausley © 

30 Orbit Coal Co. DM 

19 Orchard Coal Co. © 

21 Otto 8. Son Coal Co. DM 

12 P. 8. C. Coal Co. © 
19 P. & D. Coal Co. © 

19 P. H. & K. Partnership © 

20 P. & M. Coal Co. S 

22 P. & M. Coal Co. bk 

21 P. & P. Coal Co. © 



John Miller 
Daniel Miller 
Peter Miller 
Thomas Minarick 
Felix Bodgon 
Philip Minchoff 
S. S. Korenkiewicz 
Eugene Beaver 
Leo Strenkoski 
Albert Minnichbach 
Joseph Mitchell 
Metro Mockinick 
Earl W. Lamb 
David Bressler 
William Brennan 
Claude A. Moore 
John Morack 
David Moran 
Albert Peca 
Ario Morgan 
Herman Morgan 
Ira Morgan 
Edward Moroz 
Lawrence Morta 
Mark Mosolino 
Frank J. Motto 
J. Keller 
Luke Keating 
William Vesay 
Gene Pinter 
William Klokis 
Richard McElvaney 
Stanley Neidlinger 
Anthony J. Novrocki 
Victor Nestico 
Harvey Neumeister 
Nunz N. Savoy 
W. Joseph Nagle 
Russell Nahodil 
Dal Elliot 
Vincent Varano 
Warren Neumeister 
Marl in Neumeister 
Harvey T. Neumeister 
Carl Ney 
Donald Ney 
Frank Niadna 
C. Wayne Troxell 
John Fedako 
Thomas J. Gillen, Jr. 
Edward Noyalas 
Raymond Keefer 
Frank Lucas 
Peter Bendas 
Vincent O'Neill 
David Deaven 
Edward Olbrish 
Louis A. Bernardi 
Raymond Stein 
John Olenick 
John Olenick 
Vincent Olesky 
Albert Oliver 
Vincent Olman 
Paul Mausley 
Thomas E. Daubert 
William Reppy 
John Otto 
Andrew Perseponko 
Joseph Peck 
Joseph Pitel 
Anthony Pavoris 
V. Pitingolo 
Walter Pewar 



Shamokin 

Hegins 

Nuremberg 

Cumbola 

Shenandoah 

Port Carbon 

Shamokin R. D. 1 

Hazleton 

Minersville 

Zerbe 

Dickson City 

Delano 

Scranton 

Scranton 

Minersville 

Shamokin R. D. 2 

Mount Carmel 

Barnesville 

Mahanoy City 

Hegins R. D. 1 

Williamstown 

Valley View 

Mount Carmel 

Keiser 

Gordon 

Excelsior 

Tamaqua R. D. 3 

Old Forge 

Minersville 

McAdoo 

Shamokin 

St. Clair 

St. Cladr 

Paxinos R. D. 1 

Kulpmont 

Hegins R. D. 2 

Wyoming 

Cressona 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Ashland 

Ashland R. D. 1 

Hegins R. D. 2 

Valley View 

Cumbola 

New Philadelphia 

Shamokin 

Ashland R. D. 1 

Carbondale 

Frackville 

Shamokin R. D. 2 

Hegins 

Ranshaw 

Ashland 

Pine Grove 

Kulpmont 

Old Forge 

Llewellyn 

Pottsville R. D. 1 

Pottsville R. D. 1 

New Philadelphia 

Pittston 

McAdoo 

Shamokin 

Pine Grove R. D. 1 

St. Clair 

Hegins 

Williamstown 

Pottsville 

Pottsville 

Atlas 

Mount Carmel 

Pottsville R. D. 1 



168 P^trjct Operator 



General Manager 



Address 



18 


P. & P. Coal Co. bk 


C. M. Pacine 


23 


P. & R. Coal Co. 9 


Walter Pochekila 


23 


P. & S. Mining Co. DM 


John Perles 


24 


P. & S. Coal Co. 


George Shumock 


29 


P. S. V. Coal Co. 


Bernard Pincoski 


12 


P. & W. V. Coal Co. R 


George Fronk 


24 


P. & T. Coal Co. 9 


John Poplaski 


23 


Pahira & Niel S 


Charles Niel 


20 


Palmer Coal Co. 9 


John Palmer 


16-25 


Parkway Anthracite Co., Inc. BP DM 


William Jones, Jr. 


19 


Partnership Coal Co. 9 


Bruce Culbert 


19 


Partnership Coal Co. 9 


Joseph Markowski 


1 


Pasternak Bros. S 


John Pasternak 


19 


Paul's Coal Co. bk 


William Paul 


19 


Peach Mountain Partnership 9 


Charles Steranko 


26 


Peca Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Albert Peca 


18-19 


Peck Coal Co. 9 


Joseph Peck 


25 


Penag Coal Co., Inc. B DM 


Edward V. Twiggar 


1 


Penbrook Coal Co. B bk 


Richard Fabri 


1 


Penn Coal Co. M 


Joseph Martin 


15 


Perchak Trucking Co. bk 


Steve Perchak 


23 


Perles, John 9 


John Perles 


1 


Perry Coal Sales Co., Thomas bk 


Thomas Perry 


23 


Petro Coal Co. 9 


George Nemeth 


29 


Petrovich Coal Co. 


Stanley Petrovich 


17 


Phillips Coal Co. DM 


Lewis H. Phillips 


1 


Pientack Coal Co. DM 


Henry Pientack 


12 


Pine Creek Coal Co. BP 


Harrison K linger 


27 


Pine Ridge Mining Co., Inc. BP bk 


Paul Kerrigan 


17 


Pine Tree Coal Co. 9 


Blair E. Deibler 


29 


Pisarz Coal Co. 9 


George Pisarz 


20 


Pizzoli Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Wisneskie 


26 


Pleasant Hill Coal Co. DM 


John Gurski 


29 


Plymouth Coal Co. 9 


Peter Bendas 


20 


Polcovich Coal Co. 


John Polcovich 


1-11 


Poapey Coal Co. B bk 


Charles Pompey 


20 


Poponiak Bros. Coal Co. 9 


John Poponiak 


19 


Port Coal Co. 


Edward Cooper 


25 


Potts Contracting Co. BP 


Allen Potts 


29 


Primrose Coal Co. 9 


T. Lloyd Duncan 


20 


Primrose Coal Co. 9 


Albert Snyder 


19 


Pure Coal Co. 9 


Anthony Chavokis 


13 


R. A. Corporation S 


Albert Biscontini 


20 


R. B. F. Co. bk 


Robert Fanella 


12 


R. & D. Coal Co. 9 


Ray Lucas 


18 


R. G. & C. Coal Co. 9 


John Roman 


30 


R. & J. Coal Co. DM 


Mark Minnich 


16 


R. & K. Coal Co. DM 


George Rigdosh 


29 


R. K. D. Coal Co. 9 


T. Lloyd Duncan 


12 


R. K. W. Coal Co. 9 


Bryant Klinger 


20 


R. & L. Coal Co. 9 


Francis Revenis 


19 


R. & L. Partnership 


Wilbert Reber 


23 


R. 0. & Y. Coal Co. 9 


George Ruedmiller 


24 


R. & P. Coal Co. 9 


John Yadwinski 


22 


R. & P. Mining Co. 


Joseph Perlacia 


18 


R. & R. Coal Co. W bk 


A. Roinick 


12 


R. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Frank Sinko 


22 


R. & W. Coal Co. 


William Weir 


28 


R. & Z. Coal Co. 


Irvin Reigle 


15-20-29 


Racho, George bk 


George Racho 


17 


Raczkowskie & Sons 9 


Albert Raczkowski 


24 


Radziewicz Brothers 9 


Frank Radziewicz 


20 


Raker Coal Co. 9 


George Raker, Jr. 


21 


Ramn Coal Co. 


Earl Richards 


23 


Ramph, Melvin 9 


Melvin Ramph 


24 


Ran shaw Contractors & Wreckers bk 


Leonard Chapleski 


25 


Ray Coal Co. 9 


Ray Edwards 


17-19-21- 






23-26-27 


Reading Anthracite Co. BP S bk 


John W. Rich 


22 


Red Coal Co. 9 


Louis Moyer 


23 


Redd, Joseph 9 


Joseph Redd 


17 


Reed Mining Co. 9 DM 


John M. Reed 


21-27 


Reichwein & Beury Coal Co. BP 9 


Harold Reichwein 


20-24 


Reidinger Coal Mining Co. bk © 


Joseph Reidinger 


24 


Reidinger Coal Service BP 


E. J. Rosini 



Port Carbon 

Shamokin 

Paxinos R. D. 1 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Valley View 

Shamokin 

Frackville 

Shamokin 

Pottsville 

Pottsville R. D. 3 

Port Carbon 

Taylor 

Frackville 

Pottsville 

Mahanoy City 

Pottsville 

Tremont 

Archibald 

Dunmore 

Ha z let on 

Elysburg 

Scranton 

Kulpmont 

Kulpmont 

Shamokin R. D. 1 

Archbald 

Spring Glen 

Ashland 

Shamokin 

Kulpmont 

Atlas 

Mahanoy City 

Ranshaw 

Central ia 

Jessup 

Keiser 

St. Clair 

Pine Grove 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Port Carbon 

Kingston 

Atlas 

Williamstown 

New Philadelphia 

Pine Grove R. D. 1 

Wiconisco 

Shamokin 

Lykens 

Central ia 

Pottsville R. D. 3 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Frackville 

Lehighton R. D. 2 

Shamokin 

Ashland 

Shamokin R. D. 2 

Hazleton 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Aristes 

Ashland 

Kulpmont 

Ranshaw 

Pottsville 

Pottsville 

Ashland 

Kulpmont 

Shamokin 

Ashland R. D. 1 

Paxinos 

Shamokin 



District Operator 



General Manager 



Address 



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18 


Reiseg & Chappell Coal Co. DM 


21 


Rekla Coal Co. DM 


30 


Renninger & Thompson Coal Co. 


25 


Renninger Coal Co., Inc. DM 


19 


Renninger Partnership 9 


20 


Rick Coal Co. bk 


17 


Rex Coal Co. ® 


21-27 


Rickert Brothers Coal Co. DM 9 


19 


Ridge Stripping Co., Inc. S 


19 


RiKi Corporation bk 


17 


Rocky Mountain Coal Co. 9 


29 


Rocky Side Coal Co. 9 


18 


Romanosky Partnership 9 


18 


Romanosky Coal Co. 9 


11 


Rosenn, Harold S 


17-24 


Rosini Coal Co. S BP 


12 


Rowe Coal Co. © 


12 


Rowe & Marchuk Coal Co. 9 


29 


Royal Coal Co. 9 


28 


Royal Mining Co. 9 


22 


S. A. S. Coal Co. 9 


21 


S. & B. Coal Co. 9 


19 


S. & D. Coal Co. 9 


19 


S. & D. Partnership 9 


25 


S. & F. Coal Co. 9 


19 


S. & G. Coal Co. 9 


29 


S. & H. Coal Co. 9 


22 


S. & K. Coal Co. 9 


19 


S. K. & S. Partnership 9 


27 


S. & M. Coal Co. DM 9 


1 


S. & M. Coal Co. 9 


28 


S. & M. Coal Co. 9 


12 


S. & R. Coal Co. 9 


29 


S. & S. Coal Co. 9 


26 


S. & S. Coal Co. 9 


19 


S. & S. Coal Co. 9 


16 


S. & S. Coal Co. DM 


12 


S. & S. Coal Co. 9 


25 


S. S. & M. Coal Co. 9 


26 


S. S. & Z. Coal Co. 


18 


S. & W. Coal Co. 9 


30 


S. & W. Coal Co. DM 


26 


Sabol & Co. 9 


26 


Sabol & Co. 9 


20 


Sagon Coal Co. DM 


19 


Salem Creek Coal Corp. BP 


12 


Salic Coal Co., Harry 


12 


Sallada Coal Co. 9 


30 


Sallada Coal Co. 


13 


San Mining Co., Inc. DM 


22 


Sanchez Construction Co. S 


23 


Sanders Coal Co. 9 


15 


Sandy Run Miners & Producers, Inc. 


16 


Savidge Coal Co. 9 


23 


Savitski Brothers S 


20 


Savitski Brothers Coal Sales BP 


21 


Scheib Coal Co. DM 


22 


Schlader & Reichwein 9 


25 


Schneck Coal Co., Thomas W. BP 


18 


Schock, Norman C. S 


21 


Schuylkill Contracting Co. S 


27 


Schwartz lander Coal Co. DM 


19 


Scutta Coal Co., Inc. bk 


11 


Scranton Excavating Co. S 


18 


Seaboard Industries, Inc. bk 


21 


Seanawaitis Bros. Coal Co. 9 


11 


Sebastopol Coal Co. BP bk 


20 


Sejuit & Wisneskie Coal Co. 9 


21 


Selkirk Coal Co. 9 


26 


Seltzer Coal Co. BP 


16 


Shade Coal Co. DM 


12 


Shade, John A. S 



L. Reiseg 
Guy Recla 

Theodore Renninger 
Theodore Renninger 
Arthur Coulson 
Michael Rick 
Charles H. Foulds 
Thomas Rickert 
Richard B. Ryon 
Richard B. Ryon 
Melvin T. Kerstetter 
James Guisbert 
Thomas Green 
John Romanosky 
Clyde Tonkin 
Evoldo J. Rosini 
Arthur Rowe 
Steve Marchuk 
Dal Elliot 
Frank Rosini 
Joseph Almeda 
Edward Sorokach 
John Donewski 
Peter Smertsky 
Anthony Sabitsky 
Joseph Shamonsky 
Joel Strausser 
Mike Smolock 
Frank Santal 
John Simodejka 
Anthony Sardo 
Matthew Strike 
Richard Shade 
David Stark 
Walter Sherkness 
Frank Szalku 
Lloyd Stutzman 
Ralph Swartzlander 
James Schoffstall 
John Smith 
Cletus Smith, Jr. 
G. Leonard Williamson 
John Sabol 
Joseph Sabol 
Joseph Brosius 
Louis J. Pagnotti, Jr. 
Harry Salic 
Leroy Sallada 
Lewis Shell 
George H. Kienzle 
Alonso Sanchez 
Walter Anascavage 
SThomas George 
Wilmer Savidge 
Edward Savitski 
Joseph Savitski 
Michael Scheib 
Leon Reichwein 
Thomas Schneck 
Norman C. Schock 
Frank Ryan 
Jacob Schwartz lander 
Robert Scutta 
Rocco Domiano 
W. Joachim 
Anthony Seanawaitis 
Anthony Giarratano 
John Sejuit 
Chester J. Zelinsky 
Frank Seltzer 
Alvin Shade 
John A. Shade 



Barnesville 

Port Carbon 

Zerbe 

Zerbe 

Pottsville 

Kulpmont 

Trevorton 

Tower City 

Pottsville 

Pottsville 

Shamokin R. D. 2 

Paxinos 

Frackville 

New Philadelphia 

Wilkes-Barre 

Shamokin 

Loyalton 

Reinerton 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Atlas 

Minersville 

St. Clair 

Frackville 

Pottsville 2 

Minersville 

Shamokin 

Central ia 

Marl in 

Minersville 

Throop 

Mount Carmel 

Rebuck 

Kulpmont 

Mahanoy City 

St. Clair 

Valley View 

Joliett 

Treoont 

Ringtown 

Mahanoy City 

Valley View 

Mahanoy City 

Mahanoy City 

Shamokin R. D. 2 

West Pittston 

Williamstown 

Valley View 

Tower City 

Kingston 

Centralia 

Shamokin 

Freeland 

Hegins 

Atlas 

Atlas 

Tremont 

Lavelle 

Pine Grove 

Tuscarora 

Pottsville R. D. 2 

Tremont 

Tama qua 

Old Forge 

Wynnewood 

Minersville 

Pittston 

Kulpmont 

Cumbola 

Frackville 

Valley View 

Valley View 



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26 

15 



Shadel Coal Co., Harry © 

Shady Side No. 1 Coal Co. © 

Shady Side No. 2 Coal Co. © 

Shally Construction Co. S 

Sharp Mountain Coal Co. © 

Shenandoah Coal Co. © 

Shoffler Coal Co. O 

Shomper Coal Co. BP O 

Short Mountain Slope Coal Co. DM 

Shuey Coal Co. DM 

Shuey & Morgan Coal Co. DM 

Shumock Company, George © 

Shurock Coal Co. O 

Silver Creek Coal Co. 

Silver Creek Coal Co., Inc. BP 

Siminitus Coal Co. © 

Simoes & Co. DM © 

Sitlinger & Tschopp Coal Co. © 

Skidnore Coal, Inc. DM 

Skripnek Coal Co. © 

Skrobok & Gall Partnership 

Skytop Coal Co. BP 

Slenska Coal Co. S 

Sluck Coal Co. DM © 

Smeltz Coal Co. © 

Smith Coal Co. DM 

Smith Coal Co. 

Smith Coal Co. DM © 

Smith Coal Co. © 

Snyder Coal Co. , John bk 

Snyder Coal Co. © 

Soroka & Merena Coal Co. © 

Sorokach Coal Co. © 

Soucheck & Co. © 

South Mountain Coal Co. © 

South River Coal Co., Inc. S 

South Tamaqua Coal Pockets BP 

Spancake & Herring DM 

Split Vein Coal Co. BP 

Spring Creek Coal Co. BP 

Springfield Coal Co. 9 

Stag Coal Co. O 

Stahl & Shade Coal Co. DM 

Stan Coal Co. O 

Star Coal Co. © 

Starinsky & Leonas Partnership © 

Starnosky Coal Co., Eugene © 

Stroup Coal Co. © 

Steam Coals, Inc. BP 

Stellar Bros. Coal Co. © 

Stiendel Equipment Co. bk 

Stonehill Coal Co. BP 

Studlack Partnership © 

Stump Coal Co., F. B. © 

Sturgis Coal Co. © 

Styka Coal Co. © 

Sullivan Trail Coal Co. bk M 

Sun Coal Co. © 

Sunshine Coal Co. BP 

Superior Coal Co. BP 

Susquehanna Coal Co. BP DM S 

Swamp Coal Co. © 

Swatara Coal Co. S 

Swatara Coal Co. BP 

Swift Coal Sales BP 

Swilp Brothers Coal Co. © 

Swilp Partnership © 

T. & J. Coal Co. © 

T. & W. Coal Co. © 

Taglieri Coal Co. © 

Talamelli Coal Co. DM 

Talbot Realty Co., Inc. S 

Taris & Co. © 

Tedesco Bros. Coal Co. BP 



Harry Shadel 


Frackville 




Darwin Maurer 


Shamokin 




Charles B. Deitrick 


Shamokin 




Steve Shallamanda 


Ashland R. D. 1 




Tony Donofrio 


Pine Grove 1 




Leo Slominsky 


Shenandoah 




Allen Shoffler 


Keiser 




Russell Shomper, Sr. 


Williamstown 




Mark Reed 


Spring Glen 




John Ebert 


Hegins R. D. 2 




Lawrence Shuey 


Hegins 




George Shumock 


Shamokin 




Thomas Shurick 


Shamokin 




Donald Ney 


Cumbola 




N. J. Herbert 


New Philadelphia 




Edward Siminitus 


Pottsville R. D. 1 




Manuel Simoes 


Mahanoy City 




Robert Sitlinger 


Lykens 




William Gilbert 


Central ia 




Daniel Skripnek 


New Ringgold 




Adam Skrobok 


Pottsville R. D. 3 




John Periera 


Mahanoy City 




Michael Slenska 


Mayfield 




Joseph Sluck 


Gilbert on 




Clarence Smeltz 


Dornsife 




Louis Smith 


Locust Gap 




Clarence Smith 


Aristes 




Herbert Smith 


Delano 




John A. Smith 


Ringtown 




John Snyder 


Lykens R. D. 1 




Robert Snyder 


Spring Glen 




John Soroka 


Excelsior 




Michael Sorokach 


Minersville 




Frank Soucheck 


Mahanoy City 




Ira Wilkinson 


Trevorton 




Eugene Williams 


Brockton 




D. H. Warne 


Tamaqua 




Milton Spancake 


Pine Grove R. D. 2 




Elwood Swank 


Paxinos 




L. Bechtel 


Tamaqua R. D. 3 




Stanley S. Korenkiewicz 


Shamokin 




Parker Hughes 


Shamokin 




John Stahl 


Valley View 




F. J. Stankiewicz 


Shamokin 




Bernard Pincoski 


Shamokin 




Anthony Leonas 


Minersville 




Eugene Starnosky 


Williamstown 




Clarence Stroup 


Dalmatia 




C. Wayne Troxell 


Shamokin 




Bernard Stellar 


Kulpmont 




R. Stiendel 


Scranton 




Joel Strohecker 


Elizabethville R. D. 


1 


George Studlack 


Minersville 




F. B. Stump 


Pine Grove R. D. 2 




Joseph Kryzanowski 


Taylor 




Edward Styka 


Barnesville 




Frank Moran 


West Pittston 




Donald Klemick 


Shamokin 




Ralph H. Steinhart 


Trevorton 




Roy Blyler 


Valley View 




William Moore 


Nanticoke 




Joseph G. Murin 


Mount Carmel 




William Parker, Sr. 


Minersville 




William Pryce Parker 


Minersville 




Adam Swift 


Paxinos 




Raymond Swilp 


Tamaqua R. D. 2 




Raymond Swilp 


Tamaqua R. D. 2 




Thomas Polembas 


Mount Carmel 




Lawrence Warren 


Shamokin 




Harry A. Taglieri 


Trevorton 




Velio Talamelli 


West Wyoming 




Paul Kerrigan 


Frackville 




Vincent Taris 


Mahanoy City 




Frank Tedesco 


Hazleton 





District Operator 



feneraj Manager 



Address 



171 



30 Tessco Coal Co. DM 

20 THE" Coal Co. O 

24 Thin Vein Coal Co. 9 

23-29 Thomas & Brother, Inc., W.H. BP DM S 

18 Three Par Coal Co. 

19 Three Par Coal Co. 9 

18 Three Star Coal Co. 9 

27 Tokarchek Coal Co. 9 

21 Toma lavage Coal Co. © 

19 Tracy Coal Co. 9 

29 Trevorton Coal Co. © 

12 Trio Coal Co. © 

17 Triple S Coal Co. © 

1 Tripple Coal Co., A. & C. DM 

21 Tropp, L. & J. S 

1 Turnpike Coal Co. DM S 

28 Twin Oaks Coal Co. © 

12 Underkoffler Coal Co. • 

12 Underkoffler Coal Co. BP 

29 Unique Coal Co. S 

22 Urban Bros. Coal Co. © 
19 V. L. & P. Coal Co. © 

11 V-R Coal Corporation DM 
26 Valley Coal Co. BP 

24 Valley Coal Co. © 

12 Valley Construction Co. DM © 
1 Village Slope Coal Co. DM 

22 Vinskie Coal Co. « 

22 Vinskie & Hendricks Coal Co. © 

25 Viola Coal Co., Victor © 
1 Virby Coal Co. © 

29 W. B. W. Coal Co. © 

28 W. & S. Coal Co. © 

30 W. & U. Coal Co. © 

29 W. & W. Coal Co. © 
17 W. & W. Coal Co. © 
29 W. W. H. Coal Co. © 

1 Waddell Coal Mining Co., Inc. W 

19 Wade Coal Co. © 

26 Wadleigh Coal Co. 9 
1 Wagner Coal Co. © 

27 Walaitis Coal Co. DM 

26 Walinchus Contracting Co. DM 

24 Wallick Brothers Coal Co. © 

26 Walters Coal Co. 9 
19 Walton, John BP 
21 Waniski Coal Co. © 
29 Warren Coal Co. © 

27 Watcher Coal Co. © 
21 Wecko Coal Co. DM 

25 Weihrauch's Co. © 

26 Wessner Coal Co. BP 

28 West Cameron Coal Co. DM 

17 West End Coal Co. © 

29 West Point Coal Co. © 

21 West West Coal Co., Inc. DM 

21 Westwood Coal Co. DM 

15 Whah, John © 

18 Whippoorwill Coal Co. DM 

27 White Birch Coal Co. DM 

22 White Coal Co. © 

12 White's Vein Coal Co. DM 

23 White & Seik © 

26 Whytko Coal Co. © 

16 Wiest Coal Co. DM 
23 Wilk Coal Co. © 

18 Williams Partnership © 

16 Williamson Coal Co., A. R. DM 

23 Witkoskie Coal Co. © 

15 Wittig & Chucot © 

12 Wolfe Coal Co. © 

30 Wolfgang Coal Co. DM 

23 Wolfgang, Paul © 

25 Woratyla Coal Co. DM 

24 Worhacz & Appel Co. © 



Leonard Contarino 
Oscar Wallick 
Blair Faust 
George R. Thomas 
William Lyons 
Bernard Cooper 
Michael Ames 
Michael Tokarchek 
Charles Tomalavage 
Michael Dudash 
Richard Staller 
William D. Showers 
Albert J. Shinskie 
Rinaldo Alberigi 
Lawrence Tropp 
John Vitalli, Jr. 
Albert Shepley 
Glen Underkoffler 
Herschel Underkoffler 
Millard Long 
Richard Urban 
Harry Price 
Albert Biscontini 
Stanley Leek 
Leonard Rupp 
George Fronk 
Rudolph Rosetti 
Anthony Vinskie 
Anthony Vinskie 
Victor Viola 
George Virbitsky, Jr. 
Alphonse Witowski 
William Stellar 
Allen Umbenhauer 
Frank Wilk 
Clair Wilkinson 
Frank Wilk 
Peter Brojak 
Adam Skrobak 
Frank Mucha 
Andrew Wagner 
John Walaitis 
William Walinchus 
Oscar Wallick 
Walter Wojciechowski 
John Walton 
Anthony Waniski 
Lawrence Warren 
Michael Watcher 
Earl Kieffer 
Frank Weihrauch 
Lester Wessner 
Albert Minker 
L. M. Fisher 
Joseph Petrovich 
Leo Strenkoski 
Aurelio Cano 
John Whah 
J. Tarconish, Sr. 
Neil DeLance 
Wilbur White 
Clayton Shade 
John White 
Edward Whytko 
Stanley Wiest 
Joseph A. Wilk 
Evan Williams 
A. R. Williamson 
Alphonse Witkoski 
William Wittig 
William Wolfe 
Kenneth Wolfgang 
Paul Wolfgang 
Andrew Woratyla 
Russell Worhacz 



Pottsville 

Sharaokin 

Sh amok in 

Shamokin 

Quakake 

Port Carbon 

Brockton 

Minersville 

Middleport 

Tamaqua R. D. 3 

Pine Grove 

Will iamstown 

Shamokin 

Jessup 

Pottsville R. D. 2 

Dunmore 

Shamokin R. D. 1 

Will iamstown 

Lykens 

Kulpmont 

Lost Creek 

St. Clair 

Kingston 

Tamaqua R. D. 2 

Pitman 

Valley View 

Jessup 

Ashland 

Ashland 

Pottsville 2 

Mayfield 

Ranshaw 

Kulpmont 

Pine Grove R. D. 1 

Shamokin 

Trevorton 

Shamokin 

Archbald 

Pottsville R. D. 3 

Frackville 

Jessup 

Frackville 

Mahanoy City 

Shamokin 

Shenandoah 

Pottsville 

Pottsville R. D. 2 

Shamokin 

Llewellyn 

Hegins 

Lebanon 

Tamaqua 

Shamokin 

Trenton 

Shamokin 

Minersville 

Minersville 

Quakake 

Middleport 

Shenandoah 

Ashland 

Spring Glen 

Keiser 

McAdoo 

Herndon R. D. 1 

Shamokin 

New Philadelphia 

Valley View 

Ranshaw 

Nuremberg 

Will iamstown 

Donaldson 

Mowry 

Branchdale 

Shamokin 



172 District 


Operator . ... 


General Manaqer 


Address 


21 




Wyda Brothers bk 


Michael Wyda 


St. Clair 


3-11 




Wyoming Co. W bk 


F. J. Collins 


Scranton 


20 




Y. & F. Coal Co. • 


George Fago 


Central ia 


22 




Y. & Y. Coal Co. © 


Michael Yodis 


Mount Carmel 


23 




Yanik Brothers 


Joseph Yanik 


Excelsior 


29 




Yankoski & Koshinski Coal Co. © 


Joseph Yankoski 


Shamokin 


20 




Yasenchak & Co. 


George Yasenchak 


Shamokin 


19 




Yeneshosky Coal Co. © 


Edward Yeneshosky 


New Philadelphia 


18 




Yob Coal Co. DM 


Leo Yob 


Schuylkill Haven 


24 




Yudacufski Brothers bk 


Isadore Yudacufski 


Frackville 


29 




Yuhas Coal Co.© 


John Yuhas 


Sunbury 


21 




Z. & M. Coal Co. • 


Harry Melenchick 


Llewellyn 


16 




Zakrewsky Coal Co. DM 


P. Zakrewsky 


Park Crest 


23 




Zanella Bros. Coal Co. DM 


John Zanella 


Mount Carmel 


29 




Zarick Coal Co. 


Joseph Zarick 


Shamokin 


17 




Zerco Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Charles J. Greco 


Kulpmont 


12 




Zerembo Coal Co. © 


Ralph Zerembo 


Tower City 


23 




Zigarski Coal Co. © 


Albert Zigarski 


Kulpmont 


30 




Zimmerman Coal Co., Marl in DM 


Marl in Zimmerman 


Ravine 


20 




Zlocki Coal Co. © 


Leonard Zlocki 


Keiser 


21 




Zukas Coal Co., Charles © 


Charles Zukas 


Mount Carmel 


11 




Zukowski Coal Co. © 


Joseph Zukowski 

MM 


Minersville 


NOTE* 


DM 


- Denotes Deep Mines Employing Five 


(5) or More Persons. 









- Denotes Deep Mines Employing Fewer Than Five (5) Persons. 






s 


- Denotes Strip Mine Operations. 








B 


- Denotes Breakers. 








BP 


- Denotes Breaker Preparation Only. 








M 


- Denotes Maintenance. 








R 


- Denotes Coal Ramps 








bk 


- Denotes Bank Operations 








w 


- Denotes Washery. 







I HP EX 173 

PAGE 
HIGHLIGHTS OF 1963 g 

REMEMBER HAZLETON— Pictures of Sheppton Mine Disaster ^ 

STATISTICAL REPORTS t 

Production, Employes and Fatalities 1870 to 1963 24 

Thirty-five Year Study of Anthracite, by County 26 

Production by County • 34 

Production by District 35 

Summary of Anthracite Mines, Production and Fatalities 36 

Summary of Mines Employing More Than Five Persons by District . . . 
Summary of Mines Employing Fewer Than Five Persons by District . . . 

Classification of Employes by District 

Summary of Statistics by District 40 

Operators Producing 50,000 Tons or More 41 

Production and Accident Record for Operators Having a Fatality ... U2 

Causes of Fatal Accidents by County ^3 

Fatal Accident Victims - 1963 44 

Accidents in Which Five or More Persons Were Killed - 1847 to 1963 . 45 
Mechanical Loading, Electric Motors and Pumps Delivering Water ... 49 

PRODUCTION TABLE t 

Production, etc. of Anthracite Operators by District 

STRIP MINE PRODUCTION TABLE t 

Production of Anthracite Strip Operators by District 100 

REPORT OF OPERATIONS EMPLOYING FEWER THAN FIVE PERSONS t 

Production, etc., of Deep Mines Employing Fewer Than Five Persons. . 104 

REPORT OF OIL AND GAS DIVISIONS 

Tables 1 to 8 11* 

OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION ANNUAL REPORT OF 1963 137 

DIRECTORY i 

Executive and Field Personnel 154 

Anthracite Mine Inspectors and Oil and Gas Inspectors 155 

Anthracite Breakers, Washer ies and Preparation Plants 156 

Anthracite Operators, General Managers and Mailing Addresses 159